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  • Mental Health Awareness
    Each Mind Matters: May is Mental Illness Awareness Month

    Each Mind Matters is California’s mental health movement, represented by the lime green ribbon.  Learn about mental health, listen to stories, get involved, and support a student, teacher, parent or family member during Mental Illness Awareness Month. To read more about Every Mind Matters, click HERE.

    Did you know that one in five young people will experience a significant mental health problem during their years in school? Without help, these problems can lead to bigger problems: poor school performance, conflicts with friends and families, and more serious mental health disorders such as depression, eating disorders or substance abuse problems. Fortunately, there is help and we know that providing support and information can improve quality of life and long-term outcomes.

    Please see below for general information and other resources to help you, or someone you may know, that is experiencing problems.

    Myths and Facts about Mental Illness

    What are some "Warning Signs?"

    Someone who is currently going through a mental health problem may be...

    Troubled by feeling:

    • really sad and hopeless without good reason, and the feelings don’t go away;
    • extremely fearful – has unexplained fears or more fears than most children;
    • angry most of the time, overreacts to things;
    • anxious or worried a lot more than other kids your own age.

     

    Limited by:

    • poor concentration;
    • difficulty making decisions, sitting still or focusing;
    • need to perform certain routines dozens of times a day;
    • regular nightmares.

     

    Experiencing big changes:

    • does much worse in school;
    • loses interest in things usually enjoyed;
    • avoids friends and family;
    • talks about suicide;
    • hears voices that cannot be explained;
    • has changes in sleeping or eating patterns.

     

    Behaving in ways that cause problems:

    • uses alcohol or other drugs;
    • does things that can be life threatening;
    • hurts other people;
    • destroys property or breaks the law.

     

    How to Get Help

    If you or a friend experiences any of these behaviors often, you should seek help. Talk to an adult you trust. Family, teachers, and other school staff such as school social workers, school psychologists, or guidance counselors are your greatest resources when you need help. If you are not near a teacher, counselor, or other responsible adult, or if you just want someone else to talk to about your problems, call the National Youth Crisis Hotline at 1-800-442-4673 or 1-877-7WE-HELP to talk to a person at the local DC Access Helpline.

    Content on this page was originally developed by the Wellness Integration for Students of Hillsborough (WISH) in Hillsborough County Public Schools and is being used with permission.

     

    General Mental Health Information

     

    National Mental Health and Wellness Resources

     

    Anti-Bullying Resources

     

    Teen Resources

     

    Parent Resources

     

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  • CNUSD consists of thirty-one elementary schools, eight intermediate/middle schools, five comprehensive high schools, a middle college high school and three alternative schools. The district serves over 53,000 students in the diverse communities of Corona, Norco and Eastvale. CNUSD is the largest school district in Riverside County and the tenth largest district in California and has been providing quality education to the students of the Corona and Norco area for over 125 years. The Corona-Norco Unified School District, has also been named a Broad Prize Finalist for the second consecutive year! (Broad video)
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