Natomas Unified School District is committed to supporting the whole child, which includes providing social-emotional supports to all students in need. This webpage contains social-emotional resources for students and families as well as ways to contact the school psychologist assigned to your student’s school site.
To get started, listen to our latest podcast episode on the social-emotional services and support available to all NUSD students.
Social-Emotional Learning: Healthy Home Practices During COVID-19
Natomas Unified School District prioritizes social-emotional health for students and their families. Here’s a short video with some helpful tips to maintain your emotional health with your family during COVID-19 stay-at-home orders.
Social-Emotional Support Referral
PARENTS and STAFF:
If you are concerned about your child’s social emotional well-being, please complete the referral form.
If this is an emergency, please call 911 immediately or take your child to the nearest hospital.
Referrals are confidential and are forwarded by email to the administrative team in the Student Services and Support Department. Only those individuals with a need to know will be informed of the referral. All referrals will be responded to as soon as possible with a maximum response time not to exceed 24 hours. Referral forms in English and Spanish are available below.
Contact Your Child’s School Psychologist
(Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week)
Care Solace takes the stress off of families and district staff by breaking down the barriers to mental healthcare. Care Solace is a resource available to district families for free.
Our dedicated multilingual Care Concierge team of experts are available 24/7 to help staff and families through the process of accessing community-based mental health programs and resources or virtual therapy options.
This 24/7 team of care coordinating experts guide and support families throughout the entire process. We only refer families to trusted and ethical providers.
Local Mental Health Resources
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
How to Talk to Your Child About Suicide
Sacramento County Department of Health Services
Stop Stigma Sacramento
Peer Support Hotline – Sacramento County
Call 211 Sacramento
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
Additional Sacramento Area Mental Health Resources