Castro Valley High School Wellness Center

- WE ARE ONE - BLACK LIVES MATTER -

CVUSD Wellness Center Mission: Together with the CVUSD Community, the Wellness Center builds a web of students, adults, spaces and experiences that make it safe for everyone to grow into their best selves.

19400 Santa Maria Ave. Castro Valley CA 94546 510-537-5910 x 3450 wellness@cv.k12.ca.us

The CVHS Wellness Center supports the student leaders and participants of the recent peaceful demonstrations in Castro Valley (see coverage by the CVHS Olympian here) and elsewhere. Wellness Center staff accompanied students and community members as street medics, and will continue to support student leadership in their efforts to exercise their rights and bring about a more just and safe community for all.

To contact the Wellness Center for information, counseling and drop-in assistance Monday - Friday, 8:00 - 3:00 call (510) 537-5910 x 3450 or email Jenny Mota at jmota@cv.k12.ca.us

COVID-19 Resources

The CVUSD Wellness Center is committed to providing support during distance learning.

PARENTS

Need to talk to someone immediately?

Call the Parenting Stress Helpline: 1-800-829-3777

Basic Needs: Alameda County 2-1-1


MINDFULNESS

www.mindful.org

www.meditationoasis.com


SLEEP

Why You Shouldn't Check Your Smartphone Before Bed

How Sleep Impacts Productivity


HEALTHY LIVING

(articles & resources)

Diet & Mental Health

The Eatwell Guide

Hayward Area Resource Grid

Mental Health Benefits of Exercise

Introduction to Yoga & its Benefits


THERE'S AN APP. FOR THAT!

(great phone apps for wellness)

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Managing Teen Wellness

TEENAGERS and SCREEN TIME

(articles)

Time Limits for Teens

Strategies to Limit Screen Time

Screen Time Study with Teens

( Thanks to Monica Wharton, Student Assistance Program Specialist from Pleasanton Unified for this resource collection.)


Managing the COVID-19 Situation

Tips for Talking to children about COVID-19

Coping With Stress During Infectious Disease Outbreaks

CDC Official page with information and Resources about COVID-19

Managing Stress & Anxiety during COVID-19

STUDENTS

Need to talk to someone immediately?

Call the Crisis Support Services Hotline 24 hour support 1-800-309-2131 Crisis text line - text 741-741

Basic Needs: Alameda County 2-1-1


CVHS

Castro Valley High School Website

Guidance Counseling at CVHS

College & Career Center


KNOW YOUR STUDENT RIGHTS


OTHER RESOURCES

National Sexual Assault Hotline 1-800-636-4673

Lambda Youth Project (LGBT youth ages 12-20) 510-247-8200

Bay Area Women Against Rape (BAWAR) 510-845-7273

REACH Ashland Youth Center


MINDFULNESS

www.calm.com

www.headspace.org

www.meditationoasis.com




STAFF & PROVIDERS

Need to talk to someone immediately?

Call the Crisis Support Services Hotline 24 Hour Support 1-800-309-2131


Telehealth Guidelines from the BBS





New Wellness Center construction is making progress! Opening winter/spring 2019/20.

Teen Band Showcase - Friday November 15, 4:00 - 6:30 at the CVHS Cafeteria! Enter your band or music group (any kind of music) at www.abrighterday.info or call 510-206-1103. Free entry, free event. Grand prize is recording time at a professional recording studio, to produce an MP3 or MP4 of your music! College scholarship applications also available at the event. Co-sponsored by A Brighter Day Foundation and the Wellness Center at CVHS.

Students! Join us for Loveline CVHS every Friday in October during Trojan Time!

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