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Social & Emotional Support Resources

Help Lines & Resources 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

To visit the website click here.

800-273-8255 (English)

888-628-9454 (Espanol)

 California Youth and Parent Helpline

This website and phone-in helpline offers FREE call, text, or live chat help from people who are ready to listen. They have resources for overcoming stress and online support groups with trained facilitators. 

To visit the website click here.

Call  855-427-2736 (English & Espanol)

Click the link below to view & download this free resource:

California Surgeon General’s Playbook: Stress Relief for Caregivers and Kids during COVID-19

Connect Del Norte

This website offers resources including local and national hotlines for assistance with health, employment, and other vital needs.

To visit the website click here.

Success Highways

Sources of Strength 

“Sources of Strength employs a radically strength-based approach to suicide prevention.”

Del Norte High School is part of the DNUSD Sources of Strength movement. Students and staff are invited to participate in monthly themes focusing on each of the 8 protective factors that develop resilience in our students and community. 

To visit the website click here.

To learn more about Sources of Strength at DNUSD and engage in monthly themes, click here to check out and “Like” our Facebook page. 

California Career Cafe 

This website is a great resource for helping students find their path and exploring careers that relate to their strengths, interests, and goals.

To visit the website click here.

 Bullying Prevention

Students are encouraged to discuss any concerns about bullying with their School Counselor.

Click here to view the "10 Myths About Bullying" which describes common misconceptions about bullying. Students often need intervention by adults to combat bullying.

Handling Stress

Students are encouraged to use healthy coping strategies for stress described in the "Coping Strategies for Teens" handout.

Click here to view the strategies.

Parent/Guardian Resources