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Below is the student page, which records students' feelings📈,

shares how to contact their counselor 📆, 

provides journaling prompts based on their mood✍️,

and shares online mental health resources😊. 

Vibe Check
Reach out

Hey Bluejay*,

how's it going?

Time for a Vibe Check.
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Check out results on the Counselor Test Page here!

Thanks for sharing!

Scroll to continue.

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*All "Bluejays" would be replaced with your school's mascot!

feeling down?

Consider contacting your counselor for help.
School Counselor's Name
Office Location
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Counselors can share their contact info with students


what's on your mind?

Grab your notebook and choose a journal prompt based on your mood. 
  1. Describe a time when you felt completely content. What were you doing, and who were you with? 

  2. What is one thing you can do every day that brings joy to yourself? 

would you rather draw?

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Test schools receive pens and journals for students to journal or draw!
Here are ways you can create online:
Find these and more tools at the Sacramento Unified School District's Virtual Calming Room

Hey Bluejay*,

could you use some support?

If you or someone you know is struggling emotionally, there are ways to help.
Use these resources to get you started:

For immediate help

Crisis lines or hotlines keep you safe in the moment and get you connected to resources asap. Tip: Save these numbers on your phone!


Call or text 988 to get connected with a crisis counselor. Free, confidential, available 24/7.


Text HOME to 471-471 to get connected to a crisis counselor. You can also chat online or via WhatsApp.


Free, 24/7 crisis support for LGBTQ+ youth.  Call (866)-488-7386, text “START” to 678-678, or chat online to connect with a crisis counselor. 


Call 1-800-950-NAMI (6264) or text "HelpLine" to 62640 if you or someone you know needs guidance. 

Call 1-800-950-NAMI (6264) or text "HelpLine" to 62640 if you or someone you know needs guidance. 


Free, confidential, non-judgement support for youth in crisis. Call: 1-800-786-2929 or chat at


Free, confidential resources & support for anyone in the U.S. affected by intimate partner violence 24/7/365. Call

1-800-799-7233, text "START" to 88788, or chat online.


Call 1 (800) 604-5841 for free, confidential hotline support for BIPOC individuals seeking support and reporting 

For the Black, Black LGBTQI+, Brown, Native, and Muslim community seeking support and reporting negative, physical, and inappropriate contact with police and vigilantes


Call the Eating Disorders Helpline if you think you or someone you love has an eating disorder, for general information, and/or referrals. 

Need to talk to someone?

Sometimes, you just need to talk to someone about your mental health. Don't forget your school counselor is also a potential resource. 


Have a conversation with someone in mental health recovery themselves. Call if you just need someone to talk to - visit to find local and nationwide warmlines.


Reach Out is a a safe place to chat anonymously, get support, and feel better. Chat with a peer worker, read others' experiences, and explore various mental health topics.


Teen Line is a teen-to-teen helpline that provides support and resources to any young person struggling.


love is respect offers 24/7 information, support, and advocacy for young people with questions or concerns about their romantic relationships.


Contact the National Eating Disorder Association for support, resources, and treatment options for yourself or a loved one who is struggling with an eating disorder.

Need information?

Check out these online resources to help you navigate your emotional and physical health.


Resources on help you navigate your emotions, care for your friends, learn to find help, and provides stories from peers who overcame mental health struggles.


Go Ask Alice! is a mental and physical health Q&A website. Find questions about drugs, emotional health, nutrition & physical activity, general health, relationships, and sexual & reproductive health.

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Teens Health provides honest and accurate information about mental health. 

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