Table of Contents


Table of Content provides a synopsis of headers/links/information found on the MHRC website; see left hand side navigation pane.

1) MHRC Overview

  • MHRC Overview & History
  • Mission Statement

 2) Gateways to Mental Health Services (3 Tables Listed)

  • Table 1: Universal Gateways to Mental Health Services

           >Lists both school and community based programs.
           >Access to mental health services are contingent upon:
               -Insurance/Funding
               -Eligibility/Medi-Cal Necessity
               -Symptoms/Medical Necessity
               -Services Location

  • Table 2: Additional Gateways to Mental Health Services

           >Lists services exclusively available to SDUSD students
           >Various grants, donations & MOU's cover the cost of services.

  • Table 3: SDUSD Gateways to Prevention & Early Intervention Programs & Psycho-Education

           >List of Prevention & Early Intervention programs & eligible schools sites
           >Psycho-education trainings are available in ERI or by request                     

3) SDUSD-MHRC Programs

  • List of MHRC operated mental health programs; services are provided by district personnel.
  • Each program listed include a program description, target population, referral process, services, contact information and funding stream.
  • MHRC Programs are funded by General Education, Special Education, Grants and County Behavioral Health contracts

4) IEP: Mental Health Related Services (MHRS)

  • Information pertaining to the who/what/why/when/how of mental health services on IEP’s 
  • Procedures include: Assessment process, services & links to forms
  • MHRS: List of Assigned Clinicians by School

           

 5) SchooLink BHS (EPSDT/Medi-Cal Providers):

  • Onsite mental health services for students with Medi-Cal insurance or no insurance.
  • 9 Board approved MOU's with mental health agencies to provide services to students on school sites.

          >Description of services, eligibility criteria, target population, referral and funding
          >List of approved agencies
          >SchooLink-BHS Annual Review of Procedures; link to online SchooLink-BHS training module and annual review worksheet
          >Information regarding obtaining SchooLink-BHS services on your school site
          >Agency List by School: Link to a list of school sites and designated providers (113 schools)
          >Agency Contacts: Link to contact information for each mental health agency

6) Teen Recovery Center: Substance Use/Abuse Treatment

  •  Substance use/abuse treatment services are available on 9 high school sites

           >SDUSD sponsors MOU’s with 3 community agencies to provide substance use/abuse services on 9 high school campuses
           >These agencies hold contracts with HHSA-Behavioral Health Services (BHS) and are in part funded by BHS & SAMSHA
           >Description, target population, referral process, services and funding source are listed
           >List of schools, providers and contact information

 7) District Emergency Procedures:

  •  Provides a link to SDUSD Board approved Emergency Procedures (EP)

           >Includes links to (EP-10) Suicide/Self Harm & (EP 11) Threats & Violence
           >Includes link to all District Board Policy and Procedures

8) Mental Health Emergencies – After School Hours:

  •  During school hours follow SDUSD emergency procedures (EP-10 & EP-11)
  •  After school see list of agencies, phone numbers to call during a mental health emergency:

           >911
           >PERT Team
           >Emergency Screening Unit
           >County of San Diego ACCESS and Crisis Line
           >Primary Care/Emergency Room/Urgent Care – private insurance

  9) Resources:

  •  Link to San Diego County HHSA-Behavioral Health Services Referral Manual

10: Contact Information:

  •  Program Manager & Supervising Lead contact information
  •  MHRC Address & Fax #