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physical/emotional/mental

Taking care of yourself is important.  When we take care of ourself we call it "Self Care".  There are 5 categories to take in to consideration when practicing self care: 

1.  Physical-Your body, inside and out

2.  Emotional-Your feelings

3.  Social-Your interaction with other people

4.  Mental-Your psychological health

5.  Spiritual-Could include your religion, beliefs, or world view

This page includes topics on physical, emotional, and mental health-Health +3

 

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mental & emotional health

This is a crazy time! No school, sleeping in every day, and be forced to stay at home and watch netflix or play video games all day! It may seem like a dream but for some students it can also be a nightmare. There are many reasons why this might be more of a nightmare for you and you are not alone. Below are some resources you can use to help you stay healthy mentally and emotionally or to get you connected to help if you need it.

PLEASE tell someone or ask for help if you need it! You can also email me any time

leah.juarros@twinriversusd.org

Text "TEEN" to 839863 between 6:00pm-9:00pm PST to speak with one of our teens . You can also go to their website and connect with other teens using their message boards

Click the button above to visit the CA Youth Crisis Line website

Crisis Line if you need to talk and need someone to listen-24 hrs a day/7 days a week

Call 1-800-843-5200 or chat online

Click the button above to visit the CA Youth Crisis Line website

Discover other peoples stories, Explore for yourself, Get help if you need it, Connect with others

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meditation

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mindfulness

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resources for lgbtq students

The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25.

Safe chat community for LGBTQ+ teens

Free and Confidential peer support for the LGBTQ and questioning community ages 25 and younger.

Moderated chat rooms are for young people ages 19 and younger to talk in a safe space

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social media & how you feel

Food for Thought

We are on our phones ALL THE TIME, especially now with COVID-19. Watch this quick Youtube video to see if your social media is contributing to your feelings and learn how to use social media to help you feel better...NOT worse!

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what are you going to do about it?

Marley Dias is a great example of a student who was made to feel a certain way, saw a problem, and did something about it.  Race, gender, religion, culture-as teens you face many problems....what are YOU going to do about it?

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august topic-take care of your insides

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support for quitting

It's NOT too late to get your health back on the right track if you are vaping every day.

Click Here

Commit to Quit Vaping

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september topic-suicide prevention 

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suicide prevention

Prevention: 5 Action Steps for Helping Someone in Emotional Pain:

  • Ask: “Are you thinking about killing yourself?” It’s not an easy question but studies show that asking at-risk individuals if they are suicidal does not increase suicides or suicidal thoughts.

  • Keep them safe: Reducing a suicidal person’s access to highly lethal items or places is an important part of suicide prevention. While this is not always easy, asking if the at-risk person has a plan and removing or disabling the lethal means can make a difference.

  • Be there: Listen carefully and learn what the individual is thinking and feeling. Findings suggest acknowledging and talking about suicide may in fact reduce rather than increase suicidal thoughts.

  • Help them connect: Save the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline’s number in your phone so it’s there when you need it: 1-800-8255 (TALK). You can also help make a connection with a trusted individual like a family member, friend, spiritual advisor, or mental health professional. If you are outside of the U.S., please visit the International Association for Suicide Prevention for a database of international resources.

  • Stay Connected: Staying in touch after a crisis or after being discharged from care can make a difference. Studies have shown the number of suicide deaths goes down when someone follows up with the at-risk person

It may also be helpful to save several emergency numbers to your cell phone. The ability to get immediate help for yourself or for a friend can make a difference.

  • The phone number for a trusted friend or relative

  • The non-emergency number for the local police department

  • The Crisis Text Line: 741741

  • The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

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october topic-sleep!

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The affects of not getting enough sleep

Is Beauty Sleep Real???

When teens do not get enough sleep
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Left is no sleep Right is with sleep
Left=Sleep Right=36 hrs awake

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november topic-cyberbullying

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How to block & report on social media

INSTAGRAM

In the app

  • Go to any post by the bully.

  • Click the three dots to the right of their screen name.

  • Tap Unfollow, Report, Restrict, or Mute. (Mute hides the person's post from your feed but keeps you as a friend/follower, and Restrict makes their comments on your posts only visible to them unless you approve it and they won't see when you're active or if you've read their DMs).

The bully won't get a notification that you've blocked them, but they won't be able to see your profile, posts, or stories. They will also see "User Not Found" instead of "Follow," and can still see your comments and likes on public posts. They can also still mention you unless you change your username.

SNAPCHAT

To block, report, or remove a person:

  • Tap their profile picture.

  • Tap the three dots in the upper right corner.

  • Tap Report if you want to alert Snapchat to that person's actions in the app.

  • Tap Block if you don't want the other person to view your Stories or Charms or send you Snaps or Chats.

  • Tap Remove if you don't want the other person to see your private Stories or Charms (they'll still be able to view your public content, though).

  • Note: If you want to prevent a person you've removed from contacting you or seeing your story, go to the "Who Can…" section in Settings and set each category to "My Friends."

To report a Story or Snap or hide something in Discover:

  • Tap and hold a Snap or Story until the little white flag appears in the bottom left corner; tap the flag, and then choose the reason you're reporting the content.

  • To hide something in Discover (if it's offensive, offers products, or just isn't interesting), tap and hold the tile, and then choose Hide.

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