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Personal Resources

Bernardo Heights Middle School Personal/Social Support

Resources for Families
Resources During COVID-19 Pandemic - provides a list of resources for families, including crisis counseling, food & diaper assistance, parenting support, mental health support, academic resources.

The Caring Connections Center - is a free resource available to any PUSD family!  The focus of service is for students in grades TK-12 who may be experiencing difficulty thriving in a school setting due to any of the following: poor attendance, academic concerns, emotional outbursts at home or at school, self-esteem and peer/social issues, discipline referrals, family changes such asdivorce, separation, addictions, mental illness,
violence, etc.  Parents can self-refer by calling 858-668-4087 or by emailing Veronica Ephraim at [email protected].  

School Safety Website - "See Something, Say Something!"  Also includes links to bullying prevention, coping strategies, drug & alcohol prevention, emergency preparation, personal safety & security, and protecing kids online.

The following resources are available 24/7 for mental health support should you need resources for yourself or someone you care about.

  The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline   1-800-273-TALK
(on the back of your student ID card)
The Access & Crisis Line San Diego 1-888-724-7240
The Crisis Text Line Text HOME to 741741
Trans Family Support Services 1-858-304-0085