Sonoma County Office of Education

Foundations of Mental Health

Foundations of Mental Health

The Foundations of Mental Health curriculum provides psychoeducation and instruction about mental wellness and mental health conditions, de-stigmatizes mental health topics and help-seeking behaviors, and helps students understand how to access appropriate mental health support.

This 8-lesson introductory series meets requirements for CA SB224 and CA Educational Code 51925 for Health classes at the secondary level. It was developed with guidance from Sonoma County youth, educators, and more than 35 local youth- and community-serving agencies.

[Click here] for your copy of this free curriculum.

To learn more about the Mental Health Literacy Community of Practice, which provides training and ongoing support for Sonoma County educators using this tool in their classrooms, please submit your contact information here.

We'd love to hear from you! For more information, or if you have questions about Foundations of Mental Health materials or implementation, or please contact Mary Champion, mchampion@scoe.org or Rebekah Pope, rpope@scoe.org.

Contacts

Questions may be directed to:

  • Mary Champion,School Psychologist
    (707) 992-1144,
  • Rebekah Pope,Program Coordinator
    (707) 595-0205,