MENTAL HEALTH AND COUNSELING

Provide mental health programs and counseling services to enable students to thrive both inside and outside the classroom.

Student success and achievement cannot be solely defined by test scores or class grades. A child’s social, emotional, and physical well-being forms the healthy foundation necessary for effective learning and school success as well as overall life satisfaction. DSF believes that mental health programs, counseling services, drug prevention programs, and related resources are essential to promoting positive mental health and improving school climate.

Provide mental health programs and counseling services to enable students to thrive both inside and outside the classroom.

Ensure all students have access to the resources and tools they need to develop 21st century skills for success and fulfillment.

Equip DJUSD faculty and staff with the resources they need to continue providing high-quality education in safe and supportive environments.

BY WORKING TOGETHER, WE CAN MAKE THE GREATEST IMPACT

FOR OUR STUDENTS. OUR FUNDING PRIORITIES INCLUDE:

Resources

for immediate help:

24-hour Crisis Lines

From Davis, call (530) 756-5000

From Woodland, call (530) 666-7778

From West Sacramento, call (916) 372-6565

Toll-free: (888) 233-0228

ASK Teen Crisis Lines

The Allied Services for Kids (ASK) teen line began in December 1994 to provide 24-hour availability to teens and families in crisis. Whatever the problem, teens are welcome to call this confidential crisis line for support.

From Davis, call (530) 753-0797

From Woodland, call (530) 668-8445

From West Sacramento, call (916) 371-3779

Suicide Prevention and Crisis Services of Yolo County

Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Davis Schools Foundation 
P.O. Box 1154, Davis, CA 95617
A 501(c)(3) Non-Profit  |  Tax ID 20-1639231 

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CONTACT: Ryan Davis, President 
530-400-9862  |  info@davisschoolsfoundation.org

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