Mental Health Resources


You are not alone. When it comes to mental health, it is important to pay attention to how you are feeling and know when to reach out for help. If you are having a hard time managing daily life and coping with stress, it is a good idea to seek out more professional help.

If you, or someone you know, are experiencing emotional distress these resources are available 24 hours a day/7 days a week:

ASK Teen Line 


National Suicide Prevention Hotline 


Suicide Prevention of Yolo County 


Crisis Text Line: 

Text "HOME" to 741741

Davis Joint Unified School District has also partnered with Care Solace to support the well-being of our staff and family members. Care Solace is a complimentary and confidential care coordination service that can help you quickly find mental health or substance use treatment options matched to your needs regardless of circumstances.

If you, a colleague, or a family member needs help and you would like to use Care Solace to help you find a provider:

  • Call 888-515-0595. Support is available 24/7/365 in any language.
  • Visit and either search on your own OR click “Book Appointment” for assistance by video chat, email, or phone.
How to access non-emergency mental health resources

To learn more about depression, download the Parent Handbook for Childhood and Teen Depression
Call your school counselor for help in accessing community resources.

DJUSD families and staff may access Care Solace services to assist in finding a mental health professional in two ways: Call (888) 515-0595 to speak with someone or access online

MediCal Partnership: Yolo County Behavioral Health- Call the 24/7 access line at 888-965-6647- currently offering Teletherapy

HMO/PPO Insurance (not Kaiser): contact Primary Care Doctor for referral to mental health

Kaiser Insurance: Call 707-624-2830 for an appointment - teletherapy currently available

Private pay: List of local providers (some may accept insurance)

How to access mental health crisis help

Read this article to understand what a mental health crisis is and what to expect when one occurs. 

If your child is in crisis, and you cannot keep them safe, call 911.

If your child is in crisis, but can be safely transported by you, immediately take them to:

  • Sutter Davis Emergency Room (or nearest emergency room)

  • Kaiser ER Vacaville – Kaiser patients can call the Psychiatry/Mental Health department 707-624-2830 - Crisis intervention available to triage over phone

Additional Community Resources
Empower Yolo – Provides 24/7 hour support to students and families impacted by sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking. 530-662-1133
Yolo Hospice, Stepping Stones - Local support programs specifically designed to help children, teens and families cope with the death of a loved one530-758-5566

The Auburn Davis Center for DBT is primarily focused on providing therapy to young adults and teens between the ages of 12 and 35. DBT is a cognitive behavioral therapy that focuses on four skills: mindfulness, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness, and emotional regulation.

Three Figs Counseling - Individual, adolescent, and couples therapy and counseling services. (530) 554-2677, [email protected]

EMERGE - Center for Social and Emotional Learning provides a broad array of social, emotional and psychological services with a primary focus on adolescents and young adults. 530-304-8030, [email protected]

Click here for more mental health resources from the CA Health and Human Services Agency

Building Resilience
crisis text line
Community Events and Groups
NAMI Yolo County
First Wednesday Gatherings
provide education about mental health resources. For more information or to sign up, click here

CONNECT: Social Skills Group
5th and 6th graders Wednesdays, 2-3pm Contact Jackie MacNear: 
[email protected]
Click here for flyer.

Girls Circle Ages 12-18 My Family, My Self
Tuesdays 4/5/22-5/24/22
8 Week Session
To register please contact: Silvana Alvarenga
Click here for flyer.

SANKOFA Saturdays
3rd-6th grade students who identify as African, Black/Brown, or African-American
2nd & 4th Saturdays
Click here for flyer