Student Support Services
Share Your Story
Ready to become a champion for mental health? Let's share our stories, break the stigma, and remind everyone that mental health is health! If you have already connected with a mental health or substance use treatment provider and would like to share how your experience helped you, consider sharing your story here: https://serve.caresolace.com/share-your-story. Your story may encourage others who need help to seek help.
As a reminder, Parlier Unified School District partnered with Care Solace to support the well-being of students, staff, and their family members. Care Solace is a complimentary and confidential care coordination service that can help you quickly find mental health or substance use treatment options matched to your needs regardless of circumstance.
If you would like to use Care Solace to help you find a provider:
- Call 888-515-0595 available 24/7/365 in any language
- Visit www.caresolace.com/parlierunified and either search on your own OR click “Book Appointment” for assistance by video chat, email, or phone.
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