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Student / Parent Wellness



How to Access Student Mental Health Services AB2022
 
In Accordance with AB 2022 Pupil Mental Health Services, School
Notification, the Grass Valley School District wants to ensure that
parents, guardians, and students are informed about resources
available for anyone who believes they are in a mental health crisis. We
encourage parents/guardians and students to talk with any adult in the
school district if they are concerned about another student and
possible mental health needs. Take all threats seriously.
 
 
Local Mental Health Resources
 
Nevada County Behavioral Health 24-hour crisis line (Grass Valley): (530) 265 -5811
 
Community Beyond (Domestic Violence) 24-hour crisis line (Grass Valley) : (530) 272 - 3467
 
Sierra Family Medical Clinic (North San Juan): (530) 292-3478
 
Chapa De Indian Health Clinic (Grass Valley) : (530) 477-8545
 
Western Sierra Medical Clinic (Grass Valley) : (530) 274 -9762
 
Nevada County Children’s Behavioral Health (Grass Valley): (530) 470 -2736
 
 
Crisis Lines
 
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline : 1-800-273 – TALK (8255)
 
Crisis Text Line: Text Start to 741-741
 
LBGTQ Youth Suicide Hotline: 1-866-488-7386