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Crisis Numbers

Call or online chat, available in English and Spanish

800-273-TALK (8255) 

Call or text 

(800) 843-5200

Call or online chat 

(855) 845-7415

Phone call only, available in English and Spanish

(855) 278-4204

Text only

Text "HOME" to 741741

Text only, for teens

Text "safe" and your current location (city, state, and ZIP code) to 4HELP (44357)  

Phone call only, for youth under age 18 (family and/or youth can call)

(408) 379-9085

Phone call only, for youth and families

(408) 850-6125

Call, text, or online chat, for LGBTQ youth

(866) 488-7386

Call or online chat, available in multiple languages

(800) 799-7233

Call or online chat, for sexual assault, domestic violence, and human trafficking

(800) 572-2782

Phone call only

(408) 279-2962

 

Wilcox Wellness Program

 

Dear Charger Community: 

We hope you’re taking good care of yourself over the summer. Our wellness center staff will return in August. 

Meanwhile, our school district’s Family Resource Center staff will continue to be available year-round. Please contact them if you need help finding and accessing community resources.

If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts or find yourself in unsafe situations, please use the crisis numbers on the left. We also have links to a few community resources on the right for your reference.

For ideas on various self care activities, we encourage you to check out the calming corner section of our virtual wellness center. 

Warm regards, 

Wilcox Wellness Center Staff

 

we invite you to visit our virtual wellness center

Click on the image below to visit us. 

8 Dimensions of Self Care
Wellness Wheel
Wellness Center logo
Wellness Staff
Contact Sharon Kwan  Sharon Kwan (408) 423-2416 Wellness Coordinator
Contact Betty Sustaita-Duran  Betty Sustaita-Duran (408) 878-4398 Community Health Outreach Worker

Check out our school district's brand new resource page!

Community Resources available during the pandemic and beyond

A hub with local resources  available in Santa Clara County

Various services available to all community members regardless of insurance status, ability to pay or immigration status

The Santa Clara County Homelessness Prevention System has temporary financial assistance available to help low-income residents who have lost income and are unable to pay rent as a result of COVID-19 related impacts.

Mortgage relief options and renters protection during the pandemic