SOTA Wellness Team
Brise Brisebois(She/They), Behavioral Health RAMS Counselor
The Wellness Center
The Goal of the Wellness Center is to:
Support student health and well being in order to promote an environment where students can succeed academically, have supportive families, and build strong social and community bonds.
Wellness Center Services are confidential under minor consent laws. Exceptions: Someone is hurting you, you are going to hurt someone else, or you are going to hurt yourself.
The Wellness Center is located in Room 226 but during this time SFUSD is working remotely during the COVID 19 pandemic. You can reach wellness staff with the contact info provided above. Please keep in mind when booking an appointment include your phone number and email address in the "where box" so that we can get in touch with you to set up a Zoom or phone session.
Drop-In Hours & Remote Learning Services
Wellness drop-in hours are from 9-1pm on Tuesdays & Fridays. No appointment needed. (Zoom link will be provided on SOTA wellness google classroom & sent to students via email every Monday)
Students can drop in during the drop-in time to: talk to wellness staff, nurse, counselor & ask any wellness questions or concerns.
Current Remote Learning Services are:
- Wellness Check in
- Individual Drop-in Counseling.
- Individual/Group Counseling
- Nursing Services – Medical Plans, Condom Distribution, Pads, snacks
- Case Management.
- Parent/guardian Consultation.
- Teacher Consultation.
- Administrator Consultation.
- Attend CCT, attend SST’s, & facilitate 504 Plan meetings (medical and mental health)
- Food, housing, and mental health/physical health resources
Paid Internships/Job opportunity
Paid Leadership Program
The Castro History Tour internship is a paid leadership program for LGBTQQ+ youth and allies. This program is for youth interested in learning about social justice, building community, and learning more about queer and trans history. We will collectively create a virtual LGBTQQ+ history tour of San Francisco, learn job and leadership skills, and more. Interns will leave the internship with a better understanding of the LGBTQQ+ movements and people that influenced San Francisco communities to become what they are today!
Wellness Center Services Update
SFUSD Updates (Including free meals for students): www.sfusd.edu/covid19
Child Crisis: 415-970-3800
Safe & Sound 24 Hour Parent Talk Line: 415-441-5437
24/7 Crisis Text Line: Text MYLIFE to 741-741
Trevor Project Hotline: 866-488-7386
Huckleberry House, 24 Hour Teen Crisis Hotline: 415-621-2929
Mental Health, Food Pantry, and Medical Resources http://www.freeprintshop.org/”