Are you feeling sad, confused, angry, anxious, irritated, isolated, and/or hopeless?
It's OK. These are normal feelings during a pandemic. You are not alone.
This site is intended to provide resources, suggestions, and tips to help during this difficult time as we all try to get through these times with the many stressors that accompany it.
Sometimes life is just hard. When times are hard, its ok to ask for help. There are many resources and ways to get help.
General Crisis hotlines: Text HOME to 741741. Suicide prevention hotline 1-800-273-8255. California warmline 1 (877) 306-2413
Contact your teacher or administrator. These professionals can help with in-school supports.
KCAPS local supports for various needs.
Many local churches offer support for families and activities for students.
Community activities for students to connect: youth sports, Herb Knight Community Center, church youth groups.
Local counseling: New Path Center. Find a local therapist
Counseling services for students in Kingsburg
Assessment of youth and family needs
Individual, group, and family counseling
Care coordination linkage to needed support services
Support to primary caregiver of youth
Behavioral health supports for adults and children.
Resources provided by the California Department of Education
Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-8255
Crisis Text Line : Text HOME to 741741
Trevor Project for LGBTQ- text "Start" to 678-678 or call 1-866-488-7386
The Trans Lifeline provides trans peers support. Run by and for trans people.
Words of Encouragement
Kingsburg Elementary Charter School District1310 Stroud Ave, Kingsburg CA 93631(559) 897-2331
Student Services Department(559)897-6864