San Leandro

Unified School District



835 E. 14th Street, Suite 200
San Leandro, CA 94577
Phone: 510-667-3500
Fax: 510-667-6234

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Mental Health, Wellness, and Support

Healthy students learn better and are more successful in school! Healthy families set that stage!

SLUSD fosters the growth, development, and educational achievement of all students by promoting health and wellness, in a safe and supportive environment. We are focused on equity and ensuring that all of our students have the opportunity to be healthy, engaged, and successful.

We are here to serve our entire community to promote optimal health through coordinated school health and wellness programs.

Contact SLUSD educational services coordinator Rachel Vatannia at for counseling support for students and families.

SLUSD Students can complete a self-referral for academic and counseling support services by completing the following Google Form. You must be signed in to your Google account to complete the self-referral form.

Mental Health Check-in

SLUSD District Support

CareSolace for a SIMPLE, FAST, and SAFE Tool for Mental Health Support

SLUSD partners with CareSolace –  the largest online database of mental health services in California. This free, confidential service allows students, families, and staff to access local mental health programs and counseling services that have been vetted to ensure accreditation, safety, and accessibility.

Care Solace has a live 24/7 concierge line to assist individuals in finding local mental health-related programs and services.  Care Solace does not require a user’s name, address, phone number, or date of birth.

If you would like to use Care Solace to help you find a provider: 

  1. Call 888-515-0595 24/7/365
  2. Visit and either search on your own, OR click “Book Appointment” for assistance by video chat, email, or phone.
  3. Email with the following information:
    Your name and contact information (cell phone number)
    Your preferred language
    A good time for Care Solace to contact you.


If you or someone you know is experiencing a medical emergency, poses an immediate threat to themselves or others, or is being hurt by someone, call 911 for immediate help.

Suicide Awareness and Prevention


Local and National Resources

Crisis Support Services of Alameda County

Crisis Support Services Text Program

Text SAFE to 20121

Every day 4 pm – 11 pm PST, for residents of Alameda County only. Free to text. Text STOP to opt-out.


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline


24 Hour Textline

text “START” to 741741

Nacional de Prevención del Suicidio


Teen Lines

310-855-4673 (310-855-HOPE) or 800-852-8336 (800-TLC-TEEN)

Provides emotional support to youth every night from 6 pm to 10 pm PST.

TrevorProject (LGBTQ+ youth)


A crisis intervention and suicide prevention phone line for LGBTQ+ youth. Available 24/7/365.

Trans Lifeline

(trans & questioning folx can talk to a trans person)


Childhelp® Child Abuse Prevention

1-800-4-A-CHILD (224453)

National Domestic Violence Hotline


Additional Resources

Wellness Together Resource Center: 
During this challenging time, we are offering information on online Emotional Health Resources to all families, students, and community partners. To review any of those resources, please visit the Wellness Together Website, or select this Emotional Health Resources link for a PDF. 

Online Counseling for Educators: offers confidential, affordable, and timely access to online counseling for California educators and their families at about half the cost of a typical counseling session. Increase your self-care and coping strategies, improve stress management and relationships, and reduce the effects of anxiety/worry, low mood, and grief. is focused on Educator Wellness and is a division of the non-profit Wellness Together School Mental Health. Click here to schedule your free 10-minute phone consultation.

GritX: is a psycho-educational interactive website designed for adolescents and young adults teaching resilience and self-care skills similar to those learned in therapies like Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).