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Community Resources for Students and Parents

Resource Websites for Parents:


The StarVista Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Center:  We provide a free, confidential, nonjudgmental, 24-hour crisis line to callers in San Mateo County.

Crisis Line - (650)579-0350

Parent Support Line – (888)220-7575

Chat Room - www.onyourmind.net

Alcohol & Drug Helpline – (650) 573-3950

 

StarVista Child and Adolescent Hotline & Prevention Program (CAHPP):  Phone available 24/7 in San Mateo County.  Clinical outreach services also available. 

Call or text:  1-650-567-5437 or email:     576kids@star-vista.org

 

Youth Services Bureau: 

Offers clinical counseling services in our three clinics in San Mateo County on a sliding fee scale and free to Medi-Cal and Victims of Crime (VOC) recipients.

To arrange for counseling, please contact our intake coordinator at 650-355-3900 ext. 226. She will gather your information, determine fees and schedule an appointment with a counselor.

http://www.youthservicebureaus.org/

 

Your House South:  Residential services and/or support for families and/or youth (10-17), as well as a 24 hour Free Hotline for anyone to call for advice and help – (650)367-9687

 

Spanish Linea de Crisis (CalMESA / StarVista):  1-800-303-7432

 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: a free, 24-hour hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or distress. Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255).            Learn more at:    http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/

 

Know the Signs: great interactive website for anyone who is interested in knowing the signs of suicide, what to say, what not to say, and where to turn for help.  Learn more at:     http://www.suicideispreventable.org/

self-harm.           See:  us.reachout.com

 

It Gets Better: inspired by tragic loss of LGBTQQI youth to bullying.  Who submitted your favorite 2 minute video?                                       Find out: http://www.itgetsbetter.org/

 

NAMI: National Alliance for the Mentally Ill.  An advocacy group working on behalf on the long-term mentally ill and their families           www.namisanmateo.org

 

StopBullying.gov: get the information that you need to help stop bullying at school, online, and in the community: www.stopbullying.gov/