COVID-19 Resources

Mental Health Services

Essential mental health service through the Student Assistance Program are still available by phone and/or video conferencing systems such as FaceTime, Messenger, or Skype.
Etiwanda C.A.R.E.S (Counseling & Advocacy for Relational and Emotional Support) program assists our students who are struggling with social, emotional or mental wellbeing challenges that may negatively impact learning.  Contact your school site for more information.

Care Solace connects communities to reliable, ethical and high-quality mental healthcare services.  Care Solace will connect Etiwanda families with mental healthcare resources and providers in the Etiwanda community.  

CalHOPE: As part of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, DHCS launched CalHOPE a website with resources to support people experiencing stress from the pandemic. The CalHOPE Warmline is live and answering calls – telephone or text. (833) 317-HOPE (4673).

More resources from CalHOPE:
Emotional Well-Being
Managing Stress
COVID-19 Stress Relief Playbook



CARE Logo CareSolace CalHope Contact Counselors

If you are concerned about how your child is emotionally responding to COVID-19 or other issues, please contact your local SAP for more information:

West End Family Counseling
(909) 983-2020, ext. 5000
sap@wefcs.org

 
Call or text to connect with specially trained staff who can listen and provide you with support and behavioral health resources. Confidential and free of charge.

East Valley (Fontana to Yucaipa)
Call (909) 421-9233 | Text (909) 420-0560

West Valley (Rancho Cucamonga to Chino)
Call (909) 458-1517 | Text (909) 535-1316

San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health's 24/7 Behavioral Health Helpline
(888) 743-1478 | SBCounty.gov/DBH
Free Mental Health Services During COVID-19 (English & Spanish)

Health and Safety Resources


COVID-19 Vaccine Information
You can schedule your free COVID-19 vaccine by visiting myturn.ca.gov.
Free San Bernardino County COVID-19 Testing Sites
Community COVID-19 testing sites are being held throughout San Bernardino County.

Help stop the spread of COVID-19 by protecting your children and others by following the below steps:
1. Clean hands often using soap and water or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
2. Avoid people who are sick (coughing and sneezing).
3. Clean and disinfect high-touched surfaces daily in household common areas (tables, hard-backed chairs, doorknobs, light switches, remotes, handles, desks, toilets, and sinks).
4. Launder items including washable plush toys as needed. Follow the manufacturer's instructions. If possible, launder items using the warmest appropriate water setting and dry items completely.

You can find additional information on preventing COVID-19 at How to Protect Yourself  and at Preventing COVID-19 Spread in Communities. Additional information on how COVID-19 is spread is available at How COVID-19 Spreads.

Watch your child for any signs of illness:
If you see any sign of illness consist with symptoms of COVID-19, particularly fever, cough, or shortness of breath, call your healthcare provider and keep your child at home and away from others as much as possible. Follow CDC's guidance on what to do if you are sick.

Watch for signs of stress in your child:
Common changes to watch for include excessive worry or sadness, unhealthy eating or sleeping habits, and difficulty with attention and concentration. For more information, see the "For Parents" section on CDC's Stress and Coping.
Take time to talk with your child or teen about the COVID-19 outbreak. Answer questions and share facts about COVID-19 in a way that your child or teen can understand. Go to CDC's Helping Children Cope with Emergencies or Talking with Children About COVID-19 for more information.

Teach and reinforce everyday preventative actions:
Parents and caretakers play an important role in teaching children to wash their hands. Explain that hand washing can keep them healthy and stop the virus from spreading to others.
Be a good role model - if you wash your hands often, they're more likely to do the same. Make hand washing a family activity. Learn more about hand washing and other everyday preventative actions.