Welcome to the Community Resources Page

  • FJUHSD Community Resources

    At Fullerton Joint Union High School District, we are committed to the academic success of our students, and we understand that basic needs have a direct impact on the well-being and success of our students. Basic needs can include food, housing, transportation, wellness, and other important services. This page is meant to help connect students and their families to basic needs information and resources, and it will evolve as more resources are added. 

    The community resources listed are not sponsored, endorsed, supported, or specifically recommended by FJUHSD or any of its employees. The referrals are provided as a community service based on information gathered from the providers or other sources. The District has not done any evaluation of any resource and does not take any responsibility for the quality or competency of the services provided.

  • The California Youth Crisis Line is proud to be a program of the California Coalition for Youth

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    Visit webpage to access resources and support: https://calyouth.org/cycl/

    Youth can always call or text the California Youth Crisis Line, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at:



    The California Youth Crisis Line (CYCL) operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week as the statewide emergency response system for youth (ages 12-24) and families in crisis. Professionally trained staff and volunteer counselors respond to 17,000 calls annually with crisis intervention counseling and resource referrals to service providers in the caller’s local community. We have access to more than 5,500 free or low-cost resources for youth and families across California.

    For 34 years, we have listened to hundreds of thousands of youth and families in crisis from all over California about many struggles. Thoughts of suicide, depression, bullying, health and identity questions, trauma, human trafficking or any teen-related struggle are discussed with a crisis counselor in confidence and without judgment. We do not provide advice. We listen with compassion. If you or someone you know is experiencing any type of teen-related struggle or crisis, please call 1-800-843-5200. Translation services are available for multiple languages.

    The California Youth Crisis Line program and the California Coalition for Youth are proud members of Child Helpline International and the North America Alliance of Child Helplines.

    What is a crisis anyway?

    Anytime you are feeling misunderstood or overwhelmed and needing to talk to someone about what’s happening, especially before you run away or cause harm to yourselves or others. Call us first to learn how to handle your current and/or future crises.

    What youth and families can/do talk to us about:

    – Family Conflict

    – Depression or Sadness

    – Assault and Exploitation

    –  Dating Issues

    –  Dating Violence

    –  Running Away

    – Homelessness

    – Gang Involvement

    – Self-Harm

    – Suicide

    – Sexual Identity

    – Sexual Orientation

    – Bullying

    – Most (if not all) School Problems

    – Most (if not all) Topics Involving Youth

    – And more…



    We Offer Referrals For Help With (but not limited to):

    – Shelter

    – Counseling

    – Drug Abuse

    – Birth Control

    – Pregnancy Testing

    – Pregnancy Care

    – STI Testing/Care

    – HIV Testing/Care

    – Legal Assistance

    – Transportation

    – Reporting a Crime or Abuse

    – And much more…


    Connect With Us!


    California Coalition for Youth
    PO Box 161448
    Sacramento, CA 95816
    (916) 514-4464
    (916) 514-4499 fax

    General Inquiries

    Membership Inquiries

    Advocacy Information

    California Youth Crisis Line

    Employment Information

    Outreach Information





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  • 2 1 1 Orange County Resources


    2-1-1 Orange County (211OC) links Orange County’s most vulnerable with the health and human service resources they need. 2-1-1 a simple toll-free, three-digit phone number that is easy to remember, can connect thousands of individuals and families to needed community-based programs such as:

    • Housing
    • Food
    • Homeless Shelters
    • Elder and Child Care
    • Community Clinics
    • Legal Services
    • Dental Care
    • Immunizations and Prescription Assistance
    • Job Placement
    • Health Insurance
    • Bills/Financial
    • Clothing/Hygiene
    • Mental Health
    • Substance Abuse
    • Teen Health
    • Transportation

    and other resources offered by local nonprofits and government agencies.

    2-1-1 Orange County Contact Information

Last Modified on July 2, 2024