Employee Mental Health Resources

  • You are not alone

    24-Hour Resources & Support

    Crisis Support Services of Alameda County 

    • 24-Hour Crisis Line offers confidentiality
    • Get help for yourself or a loved one

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 

    • 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones

    CVT/Beacon Employee Assistance Program 

    • Free to employees with medical coverage through CVT or have voluntarily enrolled in the EAP
    • Available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
    • Must call for authorization and referral prior to receiving services 
    • Online resources available

    Care Solace 

    • Online resource with a live 24x7 concierge line that assist individual in finding local mental health related programs and counseling services
    • LVJUSD's partnership with Care Solace provides access to services at no cost
  • Local Resources & Support

    Axis Community Health  925-462-1755

    • Counseling services for individuals, couples, and family therapy
    • Payment options: low-income sliding scale, private pay
    • Locations in Livermore and Pleasanton

    Horizons Family Counseling  925-371-4747

    • Family Counseling
    • Crisis Intervention for youth and families
    • Short term grief and loss support for LVJUSD employees at no cost

    Hume Counseling   925-223-8047

    • Contact Stephanie at 925-223-8047
    • Appointments are available weekdays from 10am-4pm
    • Short term grief and loss support for LVJUSD employees at no cost
  • Mental Health Webinar Series
    Wednesdays, February 23 - April 27

    Mental Health Webinar Series

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    practice self care today

    The Importance of Self-Care

    Over the last 6 months, we’ve been experiencing secondary losses e.g., loss of familiar routines, social connectedness, sports, hobbies, celebrations, vacations, travel, etc. Many of us are feeling more anxious, sad, fearful, irritable, etc. than usual. With a sudden loss, these feelings can intensify. When someone dies it can also bring up intense emotions related to previous experiences. These feelings can include despair, emptiness, regret, guilt, and abandonment.  

    Common initial reactions to grief and loss include denial, disbelief, feeling numb emotionally, difficulty sleeping, trouble concentrating, difficulty making decisions and being productive, changes in eating patterns, and an increase in alcohol or substance use. Loss is an inevitable part of life and it’s important to allow ourselves time to grieve.

    If you haven’t done so already, we encourage you to develop a self-care plan. California’s Surgeon General, Nadine Burke Harris, MD recommends we incorporate the following healthy practices into our lives: Supportive Relationships, Quality Sleep, Physical Activity, Mindfulness Practices, Balanced Nutrition, and Mental Health Care.

    Self-Care Resources

    Credible MindCVT Resources many of which can be accessed by all employees with articles, assessments, and activities

    Virtual Calming RoomA healthy escape using anxiety reduction and relaxation techniques for stressful times

    Insight TimeFree app with guided meditations, yoga workouts, and sleep stories

    CalmFree and paid app with guided meditations, nature sounds, music, and stories. Free to all Kaiser members through the Kaiser app 

    Alliance for a Healthier Generation"Self care Sunday" YouTube short videos

    Mental Health America "Taking Good Care of Yourself"Identifying tools and developing plans to care for yourself