Social Emotional Wellness
We provide case management supports in connecting families with "self-sufficiency" resources and provide support to complete application forms.Referral Sources
By managing agency contracts, we manage a "virtual" behavioral health center. We utilize a common referral form for all agencies, determine the best immediate referral source, and connect the family with the agency. Additionally, we meet and consult with our providers on process and supports. Through our various contracts we have expanded mental health to the extent of over $500,000 in services provided directly to students and families.
Referral (English)Referral (Spanish) Mission Middle School Referral Ages 0-4 Referral
Project HeART referral
Email all forms to Behavioral_Health@JUSD.K12.CA.US
School Site Supports: Social Worker Interns & Outreach Workers
We work with local universities such as USC, La Sierra, CSU San Bernardino, Cal Baptist University, Arizona State, CSU Fullerton, and Loma Linda to bring social work interns, BSW & MSW. These interns are placed at participating schools to provide immediate and direct support to sites by providing low level counseling services, supporting case management services, and providing behavioral health referrals. This is a site based service based on site LCAP funding for supervision and availability of interns.
SET 4 SCHOOL
The SET-4-School program provides services that support thehealthy social and emotional growth of children 0 to 5 years old. We can help you find the answers you’re seeking and equip you with the strategies you need to respond effectively to challenging childhood behaviors.
- Parenting Classes
- Positive Parenting Tip Sheets
- Early Childhood Assessments
- Preschool teacher support and training
- Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
- Help for children and families who have experienced traumatic events
Parent Child Interactive Therapy (PCIT)
PCIT is available through the Riverside County Department of Mental Health at West Riverside Elementary (ages 0-5) and at Troth Street Elementary (ages 0-7). Family Services Association operates and 0-5 PCIT mobile unit. Contact our department for more information.