Personal/Social (Resources)

Mental Health Awareness – 


Roughly one in five youth will experience a diagnosable mental illness during their lifetime. Sacramento County’s “Mental Illness: It’s not always what you think” project aims to promote messages of hope and recovery, encourage conversation around mental illness, underscore that mental illness can impact anyone and that recovery and success is possible. 

Mental Health Awareness.pdf

How to Help our Children Cope with Anxiety  – 


Join us to watch and discuss the film on May 10, 2018 at:

Monterey Trail High School – Black Box Theater

8661 Power Inn Road Elk Grove, Ca 95624 6:30-8:00pm

Register here:

MTHS Angst Flyer.pdf

Schedule an Appointment

Counselors support all students in their academic, college/career, and personal/social development. Students, please stop by the counseling office in the morning, during lunch, or after school to complete a Counselor Request form. Make sure to complete all parts of the form. You can also email your counselor through School Loop to request an appointment.


Community Resources

For community resources, please click links below. 

EGUSD Community Resource Guide.pdf

Community Resources Final docx-Spanish.pdf



For crisis hotlines and resources, please click link below.

Crisis Hotlines and Resources.pdf

Additional Crisis Lines Resources.pdf


Child and Family Counseling Services

Healthy Start Family Resource Center:

If your family has Medi-Cal OR if your child receives special education services, you may be able to receive counseling services at Spinelli Healthy Start Family Resource Center. It is a service provided through our partnership with Terkensha Associates. Call them at (916) 338-6387 for more information.


Volunteers in Victim Assistance (VIVA):

If your child has witnessed or been the victim of violence or abuse you may receive counseling free of charge through our partnership with Volunteers in Victim Assistance (VIVA). Call them at (916) 338-6387 for more information.


Other Community Counseling Services Resources:

- Asian Pacific Community Counseling: (916) 383-6783 

- Diongenes Youth Services: (916) 363-9943 

- Jewish Family Service: (916) 921-1921 

- La Familia Counseling Center: (916) 452-3601 

- Lutheran Social Services (916) 453-2900 

- New Pathways-Catholic Social Services: (916) 452-1218 x11 

- Parents United of Sacramento: (916) 344-0964 

- Psychologists & Counselors referral & information Service: (916) 485-1211 

- Recovery Inc.: (916) 483-5616 

- Sacramento County Mental Health Treatment Center: (916) 875-1020 

- Southeast Asian Assistance Center: (916) 421-1036 

- Victim and Witness Assistance Program: (916) 874-5701 

- Women Escaping a Violent Environment (WEAVE) (916) 920-2952




No health insurance for your children? 
You may qualify for Healthy Families or California Kids. Call (916)338-6387 for more information.

Does your child need a physical exam? 
Child Health and Disability/Prevention Program (CDHP): (916)875-7151

Does your child need dental care? 
Sacramento District Dental Society: (916)446-1211 

Does your child need glasses?

Qualified families can receive a free exam and glasses for their children through Vision Service Plan’s “Sight for Students” program. 
Call (916) 338-6387 for more information.


More Health Resources?

- American Red Cross: (916)368-3131 

- Black Infant Health Program: (916)875-5441 

- California Children’s Services: (916)875-9900 

- Capital Health Center (916)874-5302 

- Crisis Pregnancy Center: (916)972-0220 

- Del Paso Health Center: (916)648-0305 

- Family Health Line: 1-888-824-BABY(2229)

- Northeast Health Center USD 
Sacramento: (916)969-2724 
Citrus Heights: (916)726-1803

- Refugees Health Clinic: (916)874-9750 

- Sacramento AIDS Foundation: (916)448-2437 

- Shots for Tots: (916)447-7063 x333 

- Women, Infants, & Children Nutrition Program (WIC): (916)427-5500





Please select the link below for more information. 

Club Lists 2016-2017.pdf


Parent Project®

The Parent Project® for “strong-willed children” series will be offered at Monterey Trail starting February 4. Please see links below for more information.



For registration:

For questions or more information, please call Nicole Brown or Denise Soto @ (916) 688-0050 or email



Hosted by Laguna Creek High School, it is a six week class meant to support parents/guardians of teens. Please see flier below for more information.

final parenting flier.pdf



Please select the link below for more information. 




Worried You’re Pregnant? Need Help? Please tell your school counselor or VP that you would like to speak with the TPP program staff.




EGUSD's Teen Parent Resource Fair

See link below.

Resource Fair 2016


Families Change

Please see link below for resource available for students/families going through a divorce.

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