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Mental Health Resources

FUHSD is committed to both excellence and equity. Maintaining our excellence requires that we commit to ensuring high levels of learning for all students: learning that is not limited to the knowledge and skills measured on state and national assessments. We work hard to support today’s students to be the thinkers, leaders and productive citizens of tomorrow, and this includes supporting students mental health and social and emotional wellbeing. FUHSD provides many of these supports through staff that includes guidance counselors, school psychologists, student advocates (licensed marriage and family therapists) and administrators.

However, we know that student social and emotional health cannot be addressed by schools alone. Thus, we provide students and their families with services and access to community programs that will optimize the health, wellness and safety of our students for them to be successful in the years to come. We encourage you to take advantage of these resources for ensuring the health and wellbeing of your student(s) and family.

Community Resources

General Mental Health Resources
Suicide Prevention & Student Support Phone Lines
Substance Abuse Treatment Services
Child Protective Services
Community Counseling Support (Sliding Fee Scale)
Emergency Youth Housing
Grief Support
LGBTQ Resources
Family Services
Local Community Resources
Transitional Age Youth (Ages 14-25)
Emergency Food & Shelter
Servicios de Crisis
  • Norte del Condado: 650-494-8420
  • Sur del Condado: 408-683-2482
Parent/Guardian Support
  • Uplift (EMQ) Crisis Team (Santa Clara County) provides free in-home suicide assessment and safety planning: 408-379-9085 or 1-877-412-7474

High School Support Staff

Student Support Resources
Individual Class Support
Students can contact their teachers directly; whether in person or through email if they have questions about a class. Learning to self-advocate is a valuable skill for high school & beyond!

Academic, Social & Emotional Concerns: Student Assistance Team (SAT)
The SAT is a multidisciplinary team made up of our four guidance counselors, a school psychologist, the student advocate, an administrator, teachers, and lead resource specialist. The SAT meets weekly to collectively brainstorm strategies to support students who are struggling academically, socially and/or emotionally. For more information, you can contact your Guidance Counselor, Student Advocate or School Psychologist.

Guidance Counselors (GC’s)

High school academics, four year planning, college exploration, course selection, interest inventories, career assessments, transcript evaluation, progress reports reviews, student/family appointments, guidance presentations, social & emotional support.

School Psychologist

A certificated staff member whose primary role is to provide services to administrators, teachers, students and their parents, which can assist the student in making appropriate progress in learning. They are available for consultation, assessment and social and emotional support.

Student Advocate

A licensed Marriage and Family Therapist whose primary role is to provide crisis and short term counseling, assessment, parent consultation and education and referral to additional professional services. 

Assistant Principals (AP’s)

AP’s work closely with their partner GC to support students in a variety of ways. You can talk to your AP about academic and/or social and emotional concerns

Health & Safety

Student conflict resolution & missing property on campus. Students who become ill while at school.