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Social Emotional Resources and Support

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Social Emotional Counselors 

At Everest Value School (EVS) we believe that a student’s social emotional well being is an essential component to a positive learning experience. EVS provides school counseling services that are primarily short-term temporary services aimed to improve academic, personal and socio-emotional development. You may fill out the google form to request school counseling for your child(ren). 

EVS also partners with outside non-profit organizations to leverage resources, including Bresee and Uplift. One of the resources Uplift provides is therapy for students. EVS staff is available to provide support with referrals to these organizations. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the school counselor, Ms. Rogers, at [email protected]

 

School Counseling Referral Google forms

If you are a parent or guardian who is interested in your children receiving school counseling, please fill out this form: 2021-2022 Parent Request Google Form.

If you are a student who is interested in meeting with the school counselor, please fill out this form: 2021-2022 Student Request Google Form.

If you are a staff member and feel that a student would benefit from school counseling, please fill out this form: 2021-2022 Staff Request Google Form.

Outside Non-Profit Organizations & resources

To learn more about the outside non-profit organizations we partner with, please visit their websites.

Help Lines

If you or someone else is in immediate danger, call 911.

24-hour National Suicide Prevention Hotline (Hablan Español)

1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255)

24-hour California Youth Crisis Hotline (Hablan Español)

1-800-843-5200

24-hour Trevor Project- Hotline for LGBTQ youth

1-866-4-U-TREVOR (1-866-488-7386)

24-hour California "Warmline" non-emergency emotional support 

1-855-854-7415

If you are feeling stressed, depressed or anxious and need someone, contact the LA County Dept. of Mental Health

1-800-854-7771 or Text "LA" to 741741

 

Self Care is a Priprity

Self Care Tips 

Limit your news intake.

Maintain a consistent sleep schedule.

Eat lots of fruits and vegetables, and drink plenty of water.

Do something you really enjoy, whether it's listening to music, dancing, drawing, playing a quick game of catch or talking to a friend.

Visit this calming room.

Learn more about different topics to make healthier choices for you by visiting Teen's Health.

Take care of your body, by taking deep breaths, stretching or meditating. 

 Check out the following meditation and relaxation apps: