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Partnerships and Sponsors

Partnerships and Sponsors. Learn more about our partnerships and sponsor below.


The Del Norte Unified School District partners with outside organizations to provide resources to support our students and our community. Please read more about them below.



Project Cal-Well

Funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Project Cal-Well is designed to raise awareness of mental health and expand access to school and community-based mental health services for youth, families, and school communities.

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California Department of Education: Project Cal-Well

Mental Health Student Services Act

The Mental Health Student Services Act (MHSSA) provides grants for partnerships between county mental health agencies and local education agencies to deliver school-based mental health services to young people and their families. These partnerships support outreach to identify early signs of unmet mental health needs, reduce stigma and discrimination, and prevent unmet mental health needs from becoming severe and disabling.

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MHSOAC: MHSSA Mental Health Student Services Act

Student Behavior Health Incentive Program

California is in an unprecedented time. Leaders across sectors recognize the growing mental health crisis among youth and are committed to change. While there are multiple examples of excellence across the State, including partnerships between county behavioral health departments and school districts, DHCS seeks to improve the statewide continuum of care to ensure every child receives the behavioral health services they are entitled to, the first time, and every time, they seek care.

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SBHIP: Student Behavioral Health Incentive Program

Mental Health Awareness Training

Mental Health Awareness Training (MHAT) prepares individuals and communities to respond appropriately and safely to persons with mental health challenges and or disorders, particularly those with serious mental illness (SMI) and/or serious emotional disturbances (SED).

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SAMHSA: Mental Health Awareness Training (MHAT)


CalHOPE Schools provides a single point of access for several programs: Angst: Building Resilience; Trusted Space; and Stories of Hope programs. These video tools and exercises are available at no cost to all public schools in California! They can help reduce the stigma around challenges to mental well-being, build supportive environments, and expand the skills of adults and youth to identify and support young people in need of help.

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