Mental Health

FREE Mental Health Services During COVID-19: Student Assistance Program (SAP)

Although school sites are closed, essential mental health service through your school districts' SAP are still available by phone and/or video conferencing systems such as FaceTime, Messenger, or Skype.

If you are concerned about how your child is emotionally responding to COVID-19 or other issues, please contact your local SAP for more information:

Victor Community Support Services
(909) 522-4656

Attention parents and caregivers! Are you anxious over COVID-19 too? The San Bernardino County Dept. of Behavioral Health (DBH) can help.

Call or text to connect with specially trained staff who can listen and provide you with support and behavioral health resources. Confidential and free of charge.

East Valley (Fontana to Yucaipa)
Call (909) 421-9233 | Text (909) 420-0560

West Valley (Rancho Cucamonga to Chino)
Call (909) 458-1517 | Text (909) 535-1316

Desert Regions
Call (760) 956-2345 | Text (760) 734-8093

San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health's 24/7 Behavioral Health Helpline (888) 743-1478 |

Bullying Support

During the duration of the current COVID-19 School Closure, the San Bernardino City Unified School District will continue to provide services to students ensure the continued mission of Mental and Physical Wellness. Outlined in this web section is a continuum of Virtual Physical & Mental Health Services for in-district and community-based partners to meet student health needs. In addition, the bullying intervention system will continue to operate through the transition to distance learning.

What is Bullying?

The unwanted behavior is severe or pervasive enough to create an environment that a reasonable person considers intimidating, embarassing, hostile, abusive, or causes the person to feel emotionally, physically, and mentally unsafe or  threatened.

What are signs that your child might be bullied?

  • Unexplainable injuries
  • Frequent nurse visits or reports of feeling ill (headaches/stomachaches)
  • Changes in eating habits
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Not wanting to go to school
  • Feeling of helplessness or decrease in self-esteem
  • Self-destructive behaviors, running away from home, or talking about suicide
    Be aware that not all children who are bullied exhibit warning signs

Who do I contact to get help for my child?

If you believe a child is being cyberbullied, please contact Positive Youth Development by visiting: or email Natalie Glackin at For more information, visit

Suicide Prevention

Resources for Suicide Prevention:

777 North F Street, San Bernardino, CA 92410 | Phone: (909) 381-1100 | Fax:

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