SEL Tier 3 Supports for Families

*******FLOODS: CVCS Displaced Families and Students******

Below are resources from Fresno County’s Child Welfare in response to weather and flooding concerns and how this may be impacting our families and students. The Child Welfare office will continue to deliver service to the community while ensuring staff safety and minimizing travel. Fresno County DSS employees are disaster workers and may be called to cover mass care and shelter responsibilities. Below are PDF images of the shelter locations within Fresno County for your reference and to pass along.

WARMING CENTERS

Individuals in the community can get rides to the warming centers in Fresno. In order for the Fax ride to be free they must notify as they are boarding.

a. Maxie L. Parks - 1802 E. California Ave.

b. Ted C. Wills - 770 N. San Pablo Ave.

c. Mosqueda - 4670 E. Butler Ave.

d. Pinedale - 7170 N. San Pablo Ave.

e. Poverello House - 412 F Street

*** Meals provided, breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Showers at Maxie L. Parks only.

FAX ROUTES TO WARMING CENTERS

Maxie Park – Route 34 get off at the stop on Elm and Geneva get off on.

Mosqueda Center – Route 26 get off at the stop on Butler and Sierra Vista.

Pinedale Community Center – Route 26 get off at the stop on Blackstone and Spruce.

Ted C Wills – Route 22 get off on Olive and San Pablo and can also take Route 33 get off at the stop on Belmont/San Pablo.

EDUCATION-SCHOOL ATTENDANCE

Students who are displaced (homeless, living with relatives or friends or in a shelter or hotel), have the right to remain in their school origin, or enroll in the school where they are living.

For assistance and guidance regarding education and school enrollment and attendance, please contact CVCS Homeless Liaison, Yolanda Vazquez.

Our Mission

Yosemite Valley Charter School and Monarch River Academy are committed to supporting our families. From immediate crisis situations to regularly scheduled counseling, our SEL Team meets our families where they are.

**This google site is routinely updated with resources to support everyone.

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SEL Tier 3 Supports Now Available for:

Students, Families, and Staff

If your student or you are feeling depressed, anxious, overwhelmed,or just need someone to talk to, we can help.

Talk to your IST for more information!

988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

Hours: Available 24 hours. Languages: English, Spanish.

What is SEL?

"We define social and emotional learning (SEL) as an integral part of education and human development. SEL is the process through which all young people and adults acquire and apply the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to develop healthy identities, manage emotions and achieve personal and collective goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain supportive relationships, and make responsible and caring decisions." - Casel (2022)

Learn More about SEL Services from Dr. Mitch and the ATP Crew!

For this episode Dr. Mitch joins us in studio for the first time this year to discuss SEL and more! You do NOT want to miss this one!

What do Tiers of SEL Support Look like in our Setting?

SEL Tier 1: SEL Spectrum of Supports Padlet

SEL Tier 1: SEL Newsletter for Families

SEL Tier 2: SEL High School Elective ( for credit)

SEL Tier 2: EA and VA opportunities

SEL Tier 3: SEL Counselor Individualized Support

SEL Tier 3 Includes Additional Supports

Statement on SEL Tier 3

What other supports can I find on this site?

Resources are listed at the top of the page and are listed on tabs, based on region and need. Each tab focuses on a different need.

For quick information click below:

HUD Exchange Link for Crisis Resources

**If you are experiencing a medical or psychiatric emergency, call 911**