Wellness, Mental Health, and Crisis Resources
At BPHS, we believe in providing school-based resources to support students’ emotional and mental well-being related to their success in school. We are also able to provide links to outside resources for students and families.
Please contact the Counseling Office if there is a need or you have any questions:
Email Dr. Jenkins, firstname.lastname@example.org, see resources below, or
Stop by our Wellness Center or Guidance Office
Counseling Secretary: Marielena Cummings, email@example.com
Our Wellness Center is staffed with licensed clinicians, school psychologists, and counseling interns. We offer group and individual counseling to assist students with a variety of challenges that can often be an obstacle to learning and thriving at school. We are committed to seeing all students’ achieve success at BPHS and realize the importance of social-emotional well-being in this process.
Mental Health Support - Mental Health, Family Challenges, Emotional Needs
Fullerton Joint Union HSD now provides a resource for all students and staff seeking assistance with social and emotional support. Please visit the website to access quick and easy links to resources and to contact someone. They can assist with any level of concern including family challenges, mental health concerns, and other needs.
School-based Supports - Academic Challenges, Changes During Pandemic, Anxiety/Loss of Focus/Loss of Motivation
With so much happening in our world, our community, and our homes we understand that school can be difficult. We want to offer some support in hopes of giving you some tools that can make school just a little bit easier.
FJUHSD has school-based mental health services. These services can link you to a mental health provider that can explore what is affecting your academic performance and provide tools to help overcome those barriers. They can help address issues such as stress, anxiety, difficulty concentrating, or loss of motivation about school. As a school we want to do what we can to support your personal academic goals, and this is one of the resources we have to offer.
If this sounds like something you would desire please connect with your parent(s)/guardian(s) to provide permission for you to connect with these services. If you or they want more information, please click on our Mental Health tab from our district website.
We would need 2 things from you to proceed. Part one is you and your parent(s)/guardian(s) fill out and sign our Mental Health Consent Form. Secondly, we ask that you (student) and parent(s)/guardian(s) complete our Student Screener. Once you have those two components completed, please reach out to your counselor or administration and we can discuss next steps to starting the process.
CRISIS HOTLINES AND RESOURCES:
Boys Town National Hotline: 1-800-448-3000
Offers counseling to youth and adults. 24 hours/7 days. Trained counselors speaking multiple languages.
California Youth Crisis Line 1-800-843-5200
Operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week as the statewide emergency response system for youth (ages 12-24) and families in crisis.
Orange County Crisis Line:
Didi Hirsch Community Mental Health Services
www.didihirsch.org 24 Hour Suicide Prevention Crisis Line: 1-(877) 7-CRISIS or 1-(877) 727-4747
Toll free in Los Angeles and Orange Counties.
Teen Line: CALL 1-800-TLC-TEEN (1-800-852-8336) or TEXT “TEEN” to 839863 https://teenlineonline.org
A confidential telephone helpline for teenaged callers. It operates every evening from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm and is toll-free from anywhere in California. If you have a problem or just want to talk with another teen who understands, then this is the right place for you! Also offers email help, online chat, message boards, resources and information.
The Trevor Project (LGBTQ): 1-866-488-7386 (toll free hotline) www.thetrevorproject.org The leading national organization focused on crisis and suicide prevention efforts among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth.
Helping Students Cope with Current World Events
Helping Students Cope with Grief & Loss