MUSD Mental Health Resources
24/7 Crisis Prevention
Mental Health Care Coordination
Care Solace Mental Health Care Coordination
Help connect with mental health care providers that accept your health insurance carrier.
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For Monrovia USD Staff
Feeling stressed, anxious or overwhelmed while continuing to work?
The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (LACDMH) has created a new Wellbeing Line as a
resource specifically for teachers and school staff continuing to work during the pandemic. If you could benefit from talking with a trained listener, we’re here to support you.
Who Should Call:
Teachers and school staff experiencing unique challenges as they selflessly continue to serve youth in LA County.
Why You Should Call:
If you feel like you could use someone to talk to in order to:
Work through your own stress
Process student wellbeing needs and challenges
Find wellbeing and mental health resources for yourself or others
When and How to Call:
7 days a week from 10am to 6pm at 833-307-0509
For Parents & Families
One-on-one counseling via tele-health, phone, and in-person when needed. D'veal supports the whole family and coordinates with schools. Group, behavioral, and one-on-one parent support available as well as assistance with mental health emergencies. Medi-Cal, no insurance, linkage and referral services.
D'veal Family & Youth Virtual Parent Mental Health Support Groups
Contact Daniel Hurwitz for Support Group Zoom Links
MUSD School Counselors
Clifton Middle School
Last Names: A-D
Canyon Oaks/Mountain Park