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Mental Health Services

Mental Health awareness is still at a low today. Stigma is still high in the United Stated alone and the communities it withholds. And as most things begin, stigma begins when we're young. This stigma leads to untreated illnesses or trauma that sometimes can get passed down to future generations. 

West High is now taking the reigns to empower and encourage our student to seek help and open up. We want to fight the stigma and bring relief to our students and their mental health. These are some of the available resources we have for our students. 

If you think you or someone you care for is facing a mental health emergency, call 911. Please do not attempt to access emergency care through this site. 

WHS RESOURCES

One Day at a Time

Yellow Ribbon 

Valley Community Counseling

School Psychologists
Mr. Eric Lee
Ms. Marsha McCormick

School Counselors
Iris Abraham
Last Name = A - D and AVID Grades 9 & 10
iabraham@tusd.net    

Sarah Banchero
Last Name = E - I 
and Space & Engineering (SEA)

sbanchero@tusd.net

Laurie Tomlin
Last Name = J - Pa
and AVID Grades 11 & 12

ltomlin@tusd.net

Idi Gaines
Last Name = Pb - Z
igaines@tusd.net

LIFELINES

Suicide Prevention
1-800-273-8255
Text HELP to 741741

Trevor Lifeline
1-866-488-7386

National Child Abuse Lifeline
1-800-4-A-CHILD (422-4453)

Drug Abuse Help Line
1-800-662-4357

San Joaquin County Mental Health Services 
(209) 468-8686

Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network 
1-800-656-4673

loveisrespect 
1-866-331-9474  

GriefShare 
1-800-395-5755 

Youth Crisis Hotline 
1-800-448-4663

S.A.F.E. (Self Abuse Finally Ends) 
1-800-DONT-CUT

 

Page Creator

Cydney

Cydney Macon is a senior at West High School who is an advocate for mental health, especially for the students. She hopes for this page to help students speak out about their struggles as she once struggled with doing so.