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Wellness Program

JSerra's Wellness Program seeks to support students and parents by offering various programs and resources as they seek greater mental health.

[Mental health is] a state of well-being in which every individual realizes his or her own potential, can cope with normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to his or her community."
World Health Organization

Sources of Student and Parent Support Services

Programs offered

  • Quarterly sessions with all students in a small group format to discuss pertinent issues of adolescence in our Identity Formation program
  • Quarterly sessions offered for parents on pertinent parenting topics in Coffee with Courtney, Donuts with Deans, and JSerra Parent Association meetings
  • Monthly meetings of the Student Intervention Team (comprised of counseling, nurses, SERP director, deans, and vice-principal) to identify students who need support and what interventions to implement
  • Daily access to Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists on campus for students and parents in Personal Counseling
  • Personalized referrals to outside resources available through Personal Counseling
  • Ongoing support and care for students and families through Personal Counseling while a student receives outside treatment
  • Once a semester speaker for students and parents in Speaker Series
  • Discipleship groups and one-on-one mentoring through Campus Ministry
  • Bring Change 2 Mind (student clubs), which promotes mental health and works to end the stigma surrounding mental health

Hotlines

  • Crisis text line: text HOME to 741741 to connect to a crisis counselor via text
  • Teen line: text TEEN to 839863 or call 800.852.8336 from 6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. to connect to a peer counselor
  • NAMI warmline: text or call 714.991.6412 anytime for confidential emotional support and resources
  • California Youth Crisis Line: 800.843.5200

Suicide Prevention

Teen Suicide Prevention