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Mental Health and Treatment

In addition to trained professionals at each site, the El Segundo Unified School District partners with the South Bay Children's Health Center as well as non-public and non-for-profit agencies to provide service.  If you need referrals, please contact your child's counselor or Assistant Principal.
 
In addition, ESUSD contracts with Care Solace to provide vetted mental health and addiction treatment providers.  To access these resources and find the appropriate mental health/drug treatment provider, please go to www.caresolace.com/elsegundoparents
 
Further resources can be found at the National Alliance on Mental Illness South Bay Chapter: https://namisouthbay.com/
 
Given the national opioid abuse epidemic, attached below is parent toolkit for addressing the problem.
 
In cases of emergency, dial 911.  For the California Youth Crisis Line, dial (800) 843-5200.  To report possible child abuse or neglect, call (800) 540-4000 or visit http://dcfs.lacounty.gov/contactus/childabuse.html