Burton Student Self Referral Form- Only 3 questions!
If you are a staff member looking to make a referral, please use the form below or sign up for office hours with Patrick
Patrick Mulkern's Google Voice (415) 735-4247
Nurse Raye's Google Voice (650) 503-9446)
Hotlines and Resources from the Heathy Me Brochure:
California Youth Crisis Line- (800) 843-5200
SF Women Against Rape (SFWAR)- (415) 647-7273
La Casa de las Madres- (877) 923-0700
SF Suicide Prevention Hotline- (415) 781-0500
Huckleberry House 24 Hour Teen Crisis Hotline- (415) 621-2929
Trevor Project Hotline- (866) 488-7386
Trans Lifeline- (877) 565-8860
24/7 Crisis Text Line: text MYLIFE to 741741
For up to date times and locations for the SFUSD Grab and Go Meal Distributions please visit the SFUSD website here.
Additionally, the SF Marin Food Bank has Pop Up Pantries where families can pick up fresh, seasonal produce, protein, grain, and shelf-stable items. You can visit their website for the updated times and locations as well as for information about CalFresh and other food programs.
Thursdays at 1pm on Zoom
Weekly Wellness Event
We miss you!
Come "drop-in" to the Virtual Wellness Center for a Zoom event with Patrick, Natalia, & Raye!
Check your grade level Google Classroom for the link
Patrick and the Wellness Team continue to work remotely to support you and your family. If you would like to connect or receive Wellness services during this time please reach out to Patrick and he will connect you with supports. The Wellness Team misses you and would love to say hello!
Please feel free to reach out via my Google Voice number Monday through Friday between the hours of 9am and 3:30pm. This number is set to Do Not Disturb and goes straight to voicemail outside of these hours. This number is used only for scheduling a phone call or video check in, not for back and forth text communication check ins.
You can also sign up for a Check In with Patrick here. Please include your phone number and email address in the "where box" so that he can get in touch with you.
If you would like to refer someone to Burton's Wellness Center, please use this Referral Form.
Overview: SFUSD Wellness Centers provide safe, supportive environments in the school where students can go to discuss a variety of issues from depression, grief, self-esteem, family life and stress to dating violence, sexual identity and gang involvement. The Wellness Programs provide culturally competent services in a confidential, nonjudgmental space staffed with professionals who are dedicated to improving the health, well-being and educational outcomes of all students. Through both on-campus programming and community-based partnerships, students receive coordinated health education, assessment, counseling and other support services at no cost.
Target Participants: The Burton Wellness Program is open to all actively enrolled students. We provide a range of prevention and intervention services tailored to meet the needs of our diverse student population. We work closely with staff, students and their families to determine the right kind of supports and services that students would benefit from. All services offered through the Wellness Program are completely voluntary. We strive to ensure that every student who seeks support through Wellness is able to access appropriate services in a timely and consistent way.
Contact: Patrick, Wellness Coordinator
"We offer health education in classrooms and coordinate school-wide events about adolescent health issues. We provide informational brochures, condoms and referrals to community resources. We are also a safe and welcoming place for students to eat lunch and spend free time."
Days & Times on Campus: Monday-Friday during school
Program Offerings & Network
Groups: We provide a wide variety of support and empowerment groups as a means of health promotion, relationship-building and risk behavior prevention.
1 on 1: Our nurses and behavioral health counselors provide individual students with counseling, case management and related support.
AND WE CONNECT THEM TO A NETWORK OF SUPPORT:
On site: We partner with a wide range of community based organizations, clinics and local universities to serve students in school. These partners bring additional expertise in working with specific youth populations (such as cultural groups) or on important issues like violence prevention and girls empowerment.
Off site: We connect students with teen clinics for reproductive health services. We help students and their families navigate private healthcare providers, HMO’s and other health insurance systems for needed primary care and behavioral health services.