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  • Student and Family Wellness

  • Student and Family Wellness Hotline

    The LA Unified Student and Family Wellness Hotline is available to students, families, and staff of LAUSD, during regular school days, Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm. The hotline provides support with mental health; accessing food, health insurance, and other basic needs; school enrollment; and immunizations. Call (213) 241-3840. Press 1 for English, 2 for Spanish.

    Additional Resources

    California Youth Crisis Line
    Call or text: (800) 843-5200 (English and Español)

    County of Los Angeles Resources
    Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health Access Line: (800) 854-7771

    Crisis Text Line (24/7)
    Text LA to 741741

    Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services
    Survivors of Suicide Attempts: (424) 362-2901
    Survivors After Suicide: (424) 362-2912 for adults and (424) 362-2911 for teens

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  • Enrollment

    Initial recommended enrollment packet materials and instructions are available in multiple languages on the 2020-21 School Enrollment Procedures page.  The district’s online student enrollment application portal link is only for enrollment for TK-12th grades in the school of residence. The portal allows parents/guardians to submit documents and required information to their school of residence electronically.

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  • Mental Health

    School Mental Health Clinics and Wellness Centers continues to provide therapy to students and their families throughout the district via telephone and teleconferencing. Visit our mental health website for more information.

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  • Wellness Centers and School-Based Health Clinics

    District-operated medical and mental health clinics are currently closed. For a complete list of our partner locations that are open or closed, please check the list:

    Wellness Centers

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  • Immunizations

    Please contact LA Unified Student and Family Wellness Hotline (Option #7) for or visit the District Nursing Services website for comprehensive information on immunizations.
    Immunizations may be given at private physician's offices or, for those without health insurance, at the certain Los Angeles County Department of Public Health clinics at low or no cost. Dial 2-1-1 for information locating a clinic. Please download the list of Los Angeles County Public Health Centers FREE or Low-Cost LA County Immunization Clinics.
    It is highly recommended you call the clinic(s) ahead of time to verify they are open and what their hours are before you visit.

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  • Health Insurance

    Wellness Programs staff are Certified Enrollment Counselors who assist all families apply for health insurance coverage. If you would like assistance enrolling in healthcare coverage or support accessing other basic need resources, give us a call at 213-241-3840 Option #1.

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  • Housing and Food Support

    Healthy Start is designed to serve children, youth, their family members, and the community by leveraging community partnerships to increase program resources. The program provides comprehensive school-integrated services and activities to meet the needs of the whole child.

    For assistance with accessing basic needs resources, give us a call at 213-241-3840 Option #1. 

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  • Resources for Dealing with the Pandemic

    Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families Cope With the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

    This guide provides information for parents and caregivers about the infectious disease COVID-19. Knowing important information about the outbreak and learning how to be prepared can reduce stress and help calm likely anxieties. This resource will help parents and caregivers think about how an infectious disease outbreak might affect their family – both physically and emotionally – and what they can to do help their family cope.

    English | Spanish | Chinese

    Talking with Children: Tips for Caregivers, Parents, and Teachers During Infectious Disease Outbreaks

    This fact sheet provides parents, caregivers, and teachers with strategies for helping students manage their stress during an infectious disease outbreak. It describes potential reactions among youth and the support adults can provide to help them.  

    Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health
    Parents/Guardians: How to Talk to Children/Youth about the Coronavirus
    Children: What Do I Do If I Feel Scared or Nervous about the Coronavirus?
    Teens: What to Do if I Feel Scared or Nervous about the Coronavirus?
    National Geographic: Talking to Kids about Coronavirus

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  • Student Health & Human Services

    For additional Resources please visit the Student Health and Human Services website.

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