Social Emotional Learning (SEL)Back

Stress​ & Coping Skills
Coping skills help people learn how to properly handle negative emotions, panic attacks, and other difficult situations. 


  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
    • 9-​8-8  
    • (24 hours a day, 7 days a week)
    • This is an easy-to-remember three-digit confidential dialing, texting, and chat code for anyone experiencing suicidal thoughts, substance use, mental health crises,​ or emotional distress
  • CARES Line​
    • (800) 499-3008 
    • Medi-Cal beneficiaries seeking Mental Health Services
  • Substance Use CARES Line
    • Riverside: (951) 509-2499
  • Blackline
    • (800) 604-5841
    • (24 hours a day, 7 days a week)​
    • Open to anyone, but designed for Black, Black LGBTQIA+, Brown, American Indian, and Muslim communities
  • Teen Line
    • (800) 852-8336 Nationwide (6 p.m. to 10 p.m. PST)
    • Text TEEN to 839863 (6 p.m. to 9 p.m. PST)
    • Teen Line's highly trained teen listeners provide support, resources, and hope for any teen who is struggling​
  • Crisis Text Line
    • Text TALK to 741741
    • ​Text with a trained counselor for free at the National Domestic Violence Hotline
    • ​(800) 799-7233 or 
    • Text LOVEIS to 22522 
    • ​​Resources for teen dating abuse
  • ​2-1-1 
    • ​Referrals for health and social services
  • ​Peer Navigation Line
    • (888) 768-4968 
    • Talk to a real person who is on their own behavioral health journey
  • The Trevor Project
  • ​Trans Lifeline
    • (877) 565-8860 (8 a.m. to 2 a.m. every day)
    • Staffed by transgender people for transgender people in a crisis​​​​​


​​ ​​Growth Mindset vs. Fixed Mindset
How you can learn to fulfill your potential.​​​

Avoid Procrastination

Email Etiquette

Step 1: Create a clear subject line (short and to the point)

Do's:  Tutoring Opportunities

Don't:  I am having a hard time in class, what are the tutoring oppotunities

Step 2: Appropriately address the staff member (always use the last name, not first name)

Do's:  Dear Mr. Gonzalez,

Don't: Hey Mr. Gonzalez or Hey Anthony

Step 3: Introduce Yourself

Do's:  This is Susan Smith, 1023252525, in your 3rd period Math 1 class. 

Don't:  What's up, it's me Casey.

**** Please check your grammar and DO NOT use texting lingo****

Step 4: Be Detailed and Respectful (Body of the Email)

Do's:  This is Susan Smith, 1023252525, in your 3rd period Math 1 class. I am having a difficult understanding linear equations.  Can you please share with me the tutoring opportunities you offer.

Don't:  What's up, it's me Casey. Message me back.

 Step 5: Appropriate Close the Email (Always sign your full name at the end)

Do's:  Sincerely, Susan Smith

Don't:  I'm out​