Student Wellness Ambassador Program

A county-wide, equity-focused approach

what makes swap innovative?

Equity, collaboration, belonging, and positive youth development are at the center of SWAP. The program is a youth-led, equity-focused, and centralized approach to normalize talking about mental health, improve outcomes for youth of color and LGBTQ+ youth, and enhance youth resiliency and coping skills. Middle and high school peer wellness ambassadors implement culturally responsive health and wellness activities on campus and in the community.

what is swap?

The Student Wellness Ambassador Program (SWAP) is a county-wide response to the growing mental health and wellness needs of young people in Marin County. Many youth are unsure of where to go for mental health and wellness support. SWAP expands community and school-based support to address student depression and anxiety, to deepen student connectedness with schools, and to normalize discussions about mental health and wellness.

attention marin middle and high school students!

Join local teens to design the Student Wellness Ambassador Program. All youth participants will get a $100 gift certificate and free lunch for participating!

WHEN: June 18 from 10am-3pm

WHERE: MCOE, 1111 Las Gallinas Ave, San Rafael


Talk with someone 24/7

If you or someone you know is in distress, please contact:

Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Access Line (888) 818-1115

Crisis Stabilization Unit (415) 473-6666

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800) 273-8255

Linea Nacional de Prevención del Suicidio (888) 628-9454

Crisis Text Line - Text MARIN to 741741

Marin County Wellness Collaborative | 1111 Las Gallinas Avenue | San Rafael, CA 94903 |