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Covid-19 Support

For anyone experiencing any stress during this time of COVID-19, here are some resources from the Contra Costa Crisis Center:

Personal Support & Resources

Please click the link below to visit College Park's virtual wellness center!  The virtual wellness center is a place for students and families to find tools and strategies for managing stress, emotions, & feelings.

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Hotline & Support Numbers

  • CPHS Support Lines
  • Community Based Organizations for Mental/Behavioral Health
  • Contra Costa County - Help in Hard Times 
  • MDUSD Family Resources
  • 24 Hour Suicide Prevention Hotline:  (800) 272-8255
    • If you are in crisis or are experiencing difficult or suicidal thoughts, please call the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273 TALK (8255) or 1-800-273-8255 (National Suicide Prevention Lifeline).
    • If you’re uncomfortable talking on the phone, you can also text NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Health) to 741-741 to be connected to a free, trained crisis counselor on the Crisis Text Line.
  • California Youth Crisis Line:  (800) 843-5200
    • Operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week as the statewide emergency response system for youth (ages 12-24) and families in crisis.
  • Contra Costa Crisis Center
    • Crisis/Suicide Hotline: (800) 833-2900
    • Crisis Text: text "HOPE" to 20121
    • 211 Text: Text your zip code to 898211
    • Grief Counseling: (800) 837-1818
    • Homeless: (800) 808-4444
      • For Spanish, please call: 1-888-628-9454
  • SAVE
    • Organization committed to helping teens in unhealthy and/or abusive relationships.
    • SAVE Hotline: (510) 794-6055
    • National Teen Dating Abuse Hotline: (866) 331-9474
  • STAND! For Families Free of Violence
    • Domestic violence help and resources- (888) 215-5555
  • The Parent Project:  (800) 372-8886
    • Parenting courses for parents/guardians of at-risk teens
  • Local Family Support Groups:  (925) 942-0767
    • Family support groups throughout Contra Costa County, sponsored by the National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI). 
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