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Resources for Students

Social Emotional
SAMHSA’s National Helpline
provides free, 24-hour information and referral assistance to local treatment facilities, support groups, and community-based organizations.  A1-800-662-HELP (4357) and
National Council for Behavioral Health can assist you in finding a local provider of  behavioral health services and support. (click on “Find a Provider”)
National Child Abuse Hotline National Sexual Assault Hotline
1-800-4-A-CHILD (1-800-422-4453) 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)
National Domestic Violence Hotline RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) 

1-800-799-SAFE (7233) 

1-800-787-3224 (hearing impaired line) 

1-800-656-HOPE (4673)  323-242-5000 213-955-9090

Grief Support

Books / libros

Bereaved Children and Teens: A Support Guide for Parents and Professionals - Edited by Earl A. Grollman. Ages 3-18 (appropriate for older teens) 

Brave Bart - A cat experiences both a post-traumatic stress reaction and grief following a bad, scary thing. Caroline Sheppard, ACSW. Ages 3-14 

Day of the Dead - A village in Mexico prepares and celebrates this holiday which honors the memories of their loved ones. Tony Johnston & Jeanette Winter. Ages 3-10 

My Grief Journal: for Grieving Children/Teens* - Offers the opportunity to draw or write about memories & feelings after death. OUR HOUSE Grief Support Center. Ages 3-10 and 11-18 *can be purchased through OUR HOUSE website 

The Rhino Who Swallowed a Storm - Gentle story about how we can overcome tragic events with support. LeVar Burton & Susan Schaefer Bernardo. Ages 5-11

 When Dinosaurs Die - Laurie Krasny Brown and Marc Brown. Ages 6-12 

My Good Grief Journal for Kids - An iPad app for grieving children and their adults. Ages 6-12 Website: 

Como Curar Un Corazón Roto

Cuando el amor es más fuerte que la muerte / When Love Is Greater Than Death

13 prácticas para superar el duelo


Cartas a Mi Hija en el Cielo


Cuando alguien se va 


Cómo superar la muerte de alguien que amas


Mi bebé nació al cielo: Una nueva visión para ser feliz con tu bebé celestial


Superando el Duelo: Al perder un ser AMADO

Children’s Bureau

Mental Health Services 


Our House 

Grief Counseling 

(child, teen, adult)


GRYD Gang Reduction and Youth Development.

Ages 10 -15 years old 


Ages of 14 – 25 Must be a tagger or member/affiliate of a gang or crew.


TAY- Transition Age Youth


Intensive services with 24/7 staff availability to help individuals address emotional, housing, physical health, transportation, and other needs to help them function independently in the community.

(213) 351-7737

Sunrise Community Counseling Center

PND is a FREE program that helps prevent drug and alcohol use among youth who are between 13-17 years old.

Proyecto Creer/Project Believe is a FREE program that helps create resilience in gay, bi, questioning and discreet men, ages 12-25. 

Self-defense Class

Jujitsu Classes 

(213) 207-2770

Homeless / Unaccompanied Youth 
Homeless Liaison: Wendy Salazar, Assistant Principal, [email protected]
Housing-Related Educational Rights / Derechos educativos relacionados con la vivienda
Your child or children may have the right to:
• Immediate enrollment in the school they last attended (school of origin) or the local school where you
are currently staying, even if you do not have all the documents normally required at the time of
• Continue to attend their school of origin, if requested by you and it is in the best interest.
• Receive transportation to and from their school of origin, the same special programs and services, if
needed, as provided to all other children, including free meals and Title I.
• Receive the full protections and services provided under all federal and state laws, as it relates to
homeless children, youth, and their families.

Su hijo o hijos pueden tener derecho a:
• Matrícula inmediata en la última escuela a la que asistió (escuela de origen) o en la escuela local donde
se encuentra actualmente, incluso si no tiene todos los documentos normalmente requeridos en el
momento de la inscripción.
• Continuar asistiendo a su escuela de origen, si usted lo solicita y es en el mejor interés.
• Recibir transporte hacia y desde su escuela de origen, los mismos programas y servicios especiales, si
es necesario, que se brindan a todos los demás niños, incluidas comidas gratuitas y Título I.
• Reciba todas las protecciones y servicios provistos bajo todas las leyes federales y estatales, en lo que
se refiere a los niños, jóvenes y sus familias sin hogar.
➢ Educational Rights Poster here
➢ LACOE Brochure ED Rights
➢ LACOE Brochure ED Rights- Spanish/Español
● WIN APP - WIN is a free mobile and web app designed to connect homeless or resource insecure youth,
families and adults to essential services. Our Children LA with guidance from our region’s
unaccompanied youth “Search and connect to support. Financial assistance, food pantries, medical
care, and other free or reduced-cost help starts here.”
● External Youth Services Resource Guide
● Supporting Homeless Children and Youth with Disabilities: Legislative Provisions in the McKinney-Vento
Act and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
LGBTQ+ Resource
GLBT National Help Center :1-888-843-4564 

GLBT National Youth Talkline: 1-800-246-PRIDE (1-800-246-7743) 

The Trevor Project Crisis Line: 1-866-4-U-TREVOR (488-7386) 

Transline: 1-877-565-8860 (L.A. LGBTQ Center) 


NOT IN OUR TOWN- The agency provides public awareness and education regarding hate crimes and bullying prevention. There are no geographic restrictions.

Service/Intake and Administration

(510) 268-9675


Bullying Prevention
Hate Crimes Prevention
Media Materials ( Hate Crimes/Hate Incident Issues )
Printed Materials ( Hate Crimes/Hate Incident Issues )
Subject Specific Public Awareness/Education (Hate Crimes/Hate Incident Issues, Law Enforcement Personnel)
Subject Specific Public Awareness/Education ( Hate Crimes/Hate Incident Issues )
  • California Youth Crisis Line (800) 843-5200
  • Crisis Text Hotline (text to 741741)
  • National Suicide Prevention Line: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or Dial 988
  • Apps for stress management:
Calm, Mindfulness Coach, Mindshift, Breathe, Headspace, Breathing Bubbles