Student Support Center

Student Support Center


Students and families who would like free supportive assistance, for personal, home, or school-related issues, are welcome to call (916-395-5130 ext. 508057) or drop by The Student Support Center, located in C-225.

Our Purpose

To support students’ academic success and social/emotional well-being.

Our Team:

Coordinator: Sara Morgan, 

School Social Worker: Heather Isakson,

Services Provided:

· Mental health counseling (short-term individual)

· Support groups

· One-on-one mentoring (academic and personal growth)

· Crisis intervention and safety risk assessment

· Referrals to school and community resources (including food, shelter, housing, employment, public assistance, health insurance, etc.)

· Free school supplies and backpacks

· Bullying, violence, and suicide prevention education activities

· Services are confidential except in those situations when a student’s safety is at risk.

Helpful Resources:

Staff Referral Form:

Student/Self-Referral Form:

Family Referral form:

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline:

The Source: Call or text 916-787-7678 or chat on their website for support for youth up to age 26 and for caregivers

The Trevor Project: Provides 24/7 crisis support services to LGBTQ young people. Text, chat, or call anytime to reach a trained counselor. Free and confidential.