Parent Resources


Coffee with KilleenTop of Page

Join Principal Brett Killeen for this opportunity to engage in informal question and answer, discussion, and getting to know more about our school. Meetings will be in the Cage and begin at 8:15am unless otherwise noted. Coffee will be served.
 
2019-2020 Coffee Dates:
 

COVID-19 Social and Emotional Resources

Adults 
Students
If there is acute distress,
  • 911 if emergency, including PERT
  • SD Access & Crisis Line (888) 724-7240 24/7, 150 languages
  • Disaster Distress Helpline: Call this toll-free number to be connected to the nearest crisis center for information, support, and counseling.1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746. (TTY 1-800-846-8517) Disaster Distress Helpline Website: www.samhsa.gov/find-help/disaster-distress-helpline
  • Mandatory Report Suspected Abuse Hotline 858-560-2191 /1(800) 344-6000
 

Community Based Resources

Interested in Mental Health-Related Programs and Counseling Services Outside of CCA? Please see our page on Care Solace, a platform that confidentially connects families with local resources that match their needs.
 
Community Resources Information: The options listed in this document are local resources provided for the convenience of families and parents who are seeking services they deem necessary for their child.
 

Upcoming CCA Parent WorkshopsTop of Page

The discussion planned with the authors of "Grown & Flown" on March 16 has been cancelled. We received word from our authors that out of an abundance of caution (they are from New York), they have to postpone their appearance next week. Our hope is to kick off the school year with "Grown and Flown" in September. 
 
Look for other parent workshops that feature YouSchool founder Scott Schimmel and aim to support parents in supporting their students academic, social, and emotional well-being at CCA. These workshops are from 7:00 - 8:00pm.
 

Past EventsTop of Page

 

SDUHSD Parent Workshop led by Stan Collins

On November 7 and 14, 2019, the San Dieguito Union High School District hosted Stan Collins to speak on the topic of how to talk with your child and increase connectedness, awareness and self-harm and suicide prevention. The night provided our parent community with toolkit of prescriptive tips on how to help and support children socially and emotionally on a daily basis. Stan Collins is a Suicide Prevention Specialist at the San Diego County Suicide Prevention Council and has worked in the suicide prevention field for over 19 years. He has presented and provided training to over 650,000 adults and youth including educators, parents, medical professionals, military personnel, and law enforcement on the subject of suicide prevention. Click to here to access the slide presentation from the November 7th parent forum.
 

Student Wellness and Safety Resources

 
CCA teachers provide this safety information to their classes on a yearly basis. The informational slide deck includes personal wellness and coping strategies, protective factors, risk factors and warning signs, avenues for reporting concerns, and various ways to get support.
 
Tips For Parents (Supporting Mental Health)
BILY (Parent Support Group Information)
SDUHSD Student Support and Wellness Page