The School Mental Health Services Department goals are to:
1. Promote and support a safe, drug-free, and disciplined learning environment including:
a. Improving school safety by decreasing the number of violent incidents
b. Reducing rates of substance use and youth violence
c. Increasing social-emotional learning opportunities
2. Enhance school/community mental health services and promote healthy development for students and families by:
a. Strengthening school and community partnerships to support student learning
b. Sustaining and enhancing community collaboration
605 N. Park Ave.
Pomona, CA 91768
(909) 397-4491 ext.26501 (for Front Desk)
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday
The School Mental Health Services program serves all students birth through 12th grade by implementing an integrated, comprehensive, and community-specific prevention and intervention project that will help to create safe and drug-free schools and promote healthy development.
The program, via a systematic change of infrastructure, will provide opportunities for schools, communities, business, and families to work collaboratively to integrate existing and new services into a comprehensive approach to violence prevention and healthy childhood development.
The department is comprised of the following programs:
- Family Preservation
- Family Support
- Tobacco Use Prevention Education
- Student Wellbeing Campaign
- S3 - Safe and Supportive Schools