Get the FACTS on Va**ng and Fentanyl. Wednesday, February 15th at 6:00 pm. Hope to see you there!
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Growing Flower Tree! Beautiful work by one of our Claremont High Claremont High School students.
“Growing Flower Tree” was created by a student from Tri-City to share how they adjusted to returning to school. “When a plant is well nurtured with the right amount of water, sun, and attentiveness, it starts to grow. During the transition of coming back to school, I felt I lost my sense of balance which set me and my plants to wilt and burn a bit. Something that helped me bring back hope for the future was speaking affirmative words and phrases before leaving home and starting anything new,” the artist shared.
Tri-City Mental Health Services Claremont High School
You can now call 988 in the event of a mental health crisis. Please read below to find out exactly what happens. Let’s be prepared for ourselves, and to help others.
What happens when you call 988? We train counselors to collaborate with callers to find the least invasive, most relevant, and most effective care plan for their crisis. Our crisis centers bring mental health care and safety planning to all.
Claremont High School celebrating Mental Health Matters Week by giving out green swag, hosting the Directing Change lunchtime screening, TriCity Mental Health giving out resources, and our students focussing on thankfulness. It’s been a week full of 💚. Way to go CHS!
Claremont High School celebrating Mental Health Matters Week by giving out green swag, hosting the Directing Change lunchtime screening,TriCity Mental Health giving out resources, and students focussing on thankfulness. It’s been a good week 💚
Mountain View Students showing off their flags to celebrate Mental Health Matters Week in CUSD 💚
Condit students share positive messages with others for Mental Health Awareness week! CUSD students are so creative!
Mountain View Students making a difference for Mental Health Matters Week in CUSD. Great job Mountain View!
Students! Teen Line is here to listen to whatever you have going on! Reach out!
It’s MENTAL HEALTH MATTERS Week in CUSD! Mental health is being featured front and center all week in the district, but truly our schools get an A+ in putting our student’s mental health first 💚
Today is National Mental Health Provider Day!!! In CUSD we are here for it! Thank you to the therapists who do the important behind the scenes work with our students and families 💗
Come and learn about CRM. See flyer for important details!
Celebrate Women’s History Month with City of Claremont and the Teen Committee. See the flyer for all the important details!!!
Please Join Us on March 22nd at 5:00 pm. South Coast Community will be presenting Parents Preventing Su***de: Together WE Can Save a Life. We hope to see you there ❤️
Puppies and 🍕??? WHAT??? YES! On March 14th after school at the YAC! Come over for some self-care and puppy love.
Need to Learn How to Write a Resume? City of Claremont to the rescue. See you there!
Need to Create a Family Plan around Texting, Gaming, Surfing, YouTube, and Social Media?? This is for YOU! Wednesday, February 23rd at 6:30 pm!
Please Join Us on March 1st at 6:00pm for Understanding and Managing Stress and Anxiety in Elementary Students. We look forward to seeing you!
Attention Students and Parents!!!FAFSA & CSS Student/Parent Workshop on Feb 3rd at 4:00-5:00pm. Provided by the City of Claremont. Register at Eventbrite.
Need some parenting support? It’s the hardest job we all share. Please register today because space is limited and I know you won’t want to miss it. Please contact Cynthia Hernandez at (626) 960-3052 Ext 1907 or email [email protected]
Hey Pack!! This upcoming week is a mental health spirit week! Hope to see everyone participate! 🐺💚
Sign up today at bit.ly/mindoutloudinfo for a free Webinar hosted by the California Department of Education!
Burned out? We see you. Check this training out from TriCity Mental Health for some solutions to help keep you balanced.
Everyone should see this! Next one is December 1st at 2:00 pm.
NEW! After school groups at Claremont High School! Are you a student struggling with depression, anxiety, or substance abuse? Fill out the application and send to Emily Stevenson. We hope to see you there!
Please Join TriCity Mental Health on October 26th at 6-7pm to learn about the impact of trauma in BIPOC communities.
College Writing Workshop! Please join Youth Programs Via Zoom on October 6th at 4:00 pm for their College Essay Writing Workshop!
Link: https://claremont college writing.eventbrite.com
Virtual College Access Workshop Please Join the City of Claremont on Tuesday, September 28th @ 4:00pm as participants will have the opportunity to chat with Pitzer College Students about their college experience. Learn about dorm life, navigating student resources, advisors, faculty and more! Pre-registration is required.
Link: claremont college access.eventbrite.com
CUSD Students let your voices be heard!
Tri-City has long respected and encouraged the voices of our youth. In keeping with this commitment, Tri-City will be hosting an MHSA Stakeholder Meeting on Thursday, September 23, focused on introducing transition age youth, ages 16-25, to the Mental Health Services Act and the benefits of funding programs designed to support youth and their well-being. Please join us and share your ideas and opinions as we discuss both current and future programming that will help shape the future of our youth.
Register at bit.ly/2XcfXeb. Link in bio.
En Tri-City siempre hemos respetado y estimulado a escuchar las voces de nuestros jóvenes. Cumpliendo con ese compromiso, Tri-City organizará el jueves 23 de septiembre una Reunión de Personas Interesadas en MHSA, la cual estará enfocada en la introducción de la juventud en edad de transición, comprendida entre los 16 y 25 años de edad, a la Ley de Servicios de Salud Mental y a los beneficios de financiar programas diseñados para prestar apoyo a la juventud y a su bienestar. Por favor únase a nosotros y comparta sus ideas y opiniones mientras discutimos acerca de una programación actual y futura que nos ayude a dar forma al futuro de nuestra juventud.
Registrarse en bit.ly/2XcfXeb. Link en bio.
Being a good friend means speaking up when something feels off. If someone you know is showing warning signs of su***de, it is important to be a friend and start a conversation. By learning more about how to spot the warning signs of su***de, start a conversation, and help someone get the support they need, you can be a friend for life. It has never been more important to take care of each other and make sure your loved ones know you care. For tips on how to get started, talk to a trusted adult, or use the following resources to learn more.
National Su***de Prevention Lifeline - Call 1-800-273-8255
Teen Line – Call 310-855-4673 or text TEEN to 839863
Crisis Text Line - Text HOME to 741741
The Trevor Lifeline (LGBTQ+) - Call 1-866-488-7386 or Text START to 678-678
NAMI OC WarmLine - Call or text (714) 991-6412
To learn more, visit Know the Signs at https://www.su***deispreventable.org/ - link in bio!
With the school year getting underway I want to do my part to support school leaders through what is probably the most challenging circumstance most have endured in their professional lives: leading a school community in the COVID era. So I’ve asked my friends Randy Weiner and Jennifer Abrams, both authors of new books on supporting school leaders, to join me in conversation on September 14 at 5pm Pacific Time for “Stretch Your Edges: SEL Tools for School Leaders.” Their advice will be grounded in trustworthy theory but rich with practical advice. If you, or someone you know wants this kind of support, please join us for this free event by registering here. And please spread the word – it would be great to reach educators far and wide with this event. Link in bio to register!
From our friends in the City 🌃 f Claremont. Vaccines are available for people 12 and up who are LA County residents.
A Trusted Space: A Special Event for Educators May 18th 5-7 pm. Based on research and neuroscience, this program helps teachers, counselors, and parents mitigate the effects of grief, trauma, anxiety that so many of us are dealing with right now! ❤️
Please Join Us! Friday May 21st at 7:00 pm to Kick Off Mental Health Matters 💚 Week in Claremont Unified! Our video production students work so hard on these amazing PSA’s. Hope to see you soon!
May is Mental Health Matters Month! This year we're looking at how we can - no matter how different that looks from person to person. Hoping for change can mean reflecting on learnings from recent pasts, owning the present, and preparing for the future. How can you for yourself, a neighbor, or your community? Visit this link to view activities we're offering throughout - https://tricitymhs.org/get-involved/news/390-may-is-mental-health-awareness-month
You could say this past year took a toll on us! Social anxiety is bit more heightened now so here are some tips and strategies to help.💚
Claremont USD TUPE Presentation
Wednesday, April 21 at 5:30 p.m.
Meeting ID: 830 6201 6501 Passcode: TUPE21
As the school year continues, it is especially important for parents, guardians, and educators to be on the lookout for potential mental health warning signs in their students.
Today is World Health Day and it’s important to remember that mental health IS health. Self-love is something we don’t talk much about, but it’s a major part of mental health. Want to learn about the fundamentals of building a loving relationship with yourself? Tap our ‘Self-Love’ highlight in bio to learn more.
CPD and the Tri City Mental Health Psychiatric Assessment Care Team (PACT) are officially kicking it off into high gear!
The small but mighty team consists of a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Licensed Psychiatric Technician who work alongside our CPD officers to help respond to non-violent, non-criminal calls received by the PD concerning those in our community experiencing social-emotional/mental health needs, including unsheltered individuals.
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