SCOE Behavioral Health Serivces
The SCOE Behavioral Health Services Department strives to improve mental health, wellbeing, and educational outcomes for all students, families, and staff in Sonoma County.
Using a multi-tiered model shaped by data-driven partnerships with districts, we design and coordinate school-based, culturally responsive and inclusive mental health and wellness support for students, families, and staff. We strive to increase protective factors, prioritizing support for marginalized populations, starting with those situated farthest from opportunity.
Community Mental Health Resources
School-based Clinician Resources
- Suicide Risk Assessment Toolkit, and Safety/Re-entry toolkit (soon).
- Some sort of link to sign up for mailings
- A place to list clinician-specific training (only the “behavioral health” classes?)
- Consultation Warmline number / protocol
- Archive of trainings for anyone’s use
- School Recovery and Resilience (2019)
- ToT Crisis Response (2017)