MBUSD is committed to educating the whole child and supporting students to thrive in school and in life.
We believe that students' experiences K-12 provides an important foundation for future success. Our wellness, mental health, and social emotional learning support services are delivered in a variety of ways, including classroom prevention services for students and with small group or individualized services for students with more intense support needs.
We engage students, parents, and staff through a variety of stakeholder input processes to inform the needs of student level support and school-wide climate. Information on this page connects students and families to resources available in MBUSD and community-based mental health or social services.
Other important resources:
WHO CAN YOU CALL?
In an emergency, always call 911.
Below you will find a collection of resources and contact information for mental health resources -
Reminder: You can also contact the National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline by dialing 9-8-8.