Suicide and Crisis Supports
The Antelope Valley Union High School District is committed to ensuring students have access to necessary mental health supports, whether they are learning from home or the classroom. If you are feeling depressed, hopeless, overwhelmed, or alone, please reach out to family, your healthcare provider, or community or support agency. In addition, if you, or a loved-one, are suffering with substance abuse, sexual exploitation, homelessness, need to find a mental health provider, need pregnancy or medical supports, crisis interventions, LGBTQ supports, phone numbers to various government agencies, and so on, the Community Resources link, below, may help.
DISCLAIMER: The Antelope Valley Union High School District does not in any way endorse the community providers listed. These resources are for your information to use at your own convenience.
If the student is in immediate danger, call 9-1-1
Suicide - Possible Warning Signs: View Here
Phone numbers, Chat Lines, and Text support Services Below.