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Mental Health Support Services

If you or your child need support, please use our links in the side column to access support. You don't have to do it alone. LEUSD is here to help with referrals through our partner CareSolace, direct support through IEPs, or crisis response resources such as crisis hotlines. 

LEUSD has many resources to support your child's mental health and well-being. As we partner with our community, families, students, and staff, we aim to limit the barriers to learning for all of our students. To assist them with social-emotional growth, mental wellness, and decreased anxiety to enhance their abilities to access the learning environment. 


In addition, the LEUSD has a unique partnership with Victor Community Support Services. VCSS Lake Elsinore is a community-based mental health treatment program that collaborates with multiple community organizations to improve quality of life and build individual and family strengths. Lake Elsinore provides a full array of specialty mental health services to children and their families, utilizing a strength-based, family-centered philosophy.


If you feel your student with an IEP may require Educationally Related Mental Health Services (ERMHS), please get in touch with your child's case carrier to discuss the options. Click on the ERMHS link in the sidebar. 



As supports and services continue to become available, LEUSD Mental Health Support wants to keep up to date and provide additional resources. For this purpose, we now have an Instagram account to provide up-to-date information for our families and community. Please follow us using the QR code in the sidebar or @leusd.mentalhealth.


Community Access Relationship Emotional wellness (CAREspace) is a service provided by RCOE and partners to provide mental health and related services to students, families, schools, and the community of Riverside County. For more information about CAREspace, use the link in the sidebar or contact 951-276-CARE (2273) to speak with someone from the CAREspace team. 

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