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MISSION STATEMENT

Our mission is to create a platform of resources and support for teens striving to improve mental wellness, especially during particularly difficult times such as the current pandemic.

 
 

LOCAL DISTRICT RESOURCES

Here are links to resources regarding mental health provided by schools within the San Diego Unified School District and the district itself. Whether or not you go to a school within this district feel free to check them out.

SAN DIEGO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

This is a link for families to access both mental and educational resources provided by San Diego Unified School District.

SAN DIEGO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

This is a link to mental health resources, specifically for parents about their students, provided by San Diego Unified School District.

https://www.sandiegounified.org/parent-resources

UNIVERSITY CITY HIGH SCHOOL

This is a link to the contact information for UCHS counseling and psychologist staff.

LA JOLLA HIGH SCHOOL

This is a link to the contact information for La Jolla High School's counseling staff.

MISSION BAY HIGH SCHOOL

This is a link to the contact information for Mission Bay High School's counseling staff.

 

HOTLINES

Listed below are hotlines provided by different organizations to support mental wellness. Feel free to call if you find yourself having suicidal thoughts or you just need someone to talk to.

NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION HOTLINE

800-273-8255

NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS HOTLINE

1 (800) 950 – 6264
Available Monday to Friday 7am-3pm PST

YOUTH-YOUTH HOTLINE

866-222-1886

NATIONAL HOPELINE

800-784-2433

THE TREVOR HELPLINE

(LGBTQ+ COMMUNITY)

866-488-7386

 

"Anything that's human is mentionable, and anything that is mentionable can be more manageable. When we talk about our feelings they become less overwhelming, less upsetting, and less scary."

Fred Rogers

 

COMMUNITY ALLIANCE FOR HEALTHY MINDS

A Partnership

Community Alliance for Healthy Minds, or CAHM, is a San Diego based organization that "exists to engage the community in raising awareness of and support for mental health issues and suicide prevention, particularly among youth and young adults, through venues of Music, Arts, and Education" (cahmsd.org). Project Hope and Health partnered with CAHM to spread awareness for mental wellness. Please check out their website to hear more about their organization and find more resources.

 
 
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ABOUT

Carolyn is a senior at University City High School in San Diego, California. She has been an active member of Girl Scouts for the past 12 years and is passionate about helping others and her community. For her Girl Scout Gold Award project, she created Project Hope and Help to combine her interest in mental wellness and love for helping others. Her goal is to take this experience and continue working with mental health in the medical field.

 

CONTACT PROJECT HOPE AND HEALTH

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