Get behavioral support for children who experienced trauma
LAUSD School Mental Health (SMH)
The LAUSD School Mental Health (SMH) intervention program relieves symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), depression, and general anxiety among youth exposed to trauma. Children are provided with education about common reactions to stress and trauma and are taught skills such as how to relax their bodies, how to challenge and replace upsetting thoughts, and how to think through and address problems in their lives. Phone or video services are offered during this time due to Covid-19.
|Monday - Friday||7:30 am - 4:30 pm|
citizenship requirementsNo citizenship requirements
communitiesAvailable to everyone
agechildren (5-11 years old), teens (12-18 years old), 10+, <15
City residents onlyLos Angeles, Cudahy, Carson, San Pedro, Van Nuys
County residents onlyLos Angeles
Eligibility descriptionServices are available to families whose children are students of the District. Families with certain insurance plans, such as Medi-Cal, SMH may be able to bill those plans and receive reimbursement for those MH services provided.
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Click to visit link - https://achieve.lausd.net/.../12124
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Washington Prep High School Wellness Clinic
1555 W. 110th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90047
351.7 miles away Mon - Thu 8:30 am - 5 pm Fri Closed Sat 7 am - 3:30 pm Sun Closed
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