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Mental Health Supports

If you or someone you know is in need of crisis intervention, please call the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline by dialing 988 or 800-273-TALK (8255).

RUSD Service Providers

Care Solace

With Care Solace, families and staff gain access to a dedicated Care Companion™ to navigate the mental health care system on their behalf, calling providers to find the right fit and availability. They help families with private insurance, Medicaid, and no insurance, and are available 24/7/365 in any language.
Care Solace’s care navigation system uses proprietary technology and a vast database of behavioral and mental health care resources to find carefully verified therapists and programs in minutes.
The Care Solace service is now available at no cost to Rocklin Unified School District students, staff, and their families. For more information about Care Solace or to request support, please visit or call (888) 515-0595.

Wellness Together

Wellness Together provides turn-key mental health services for students in grades 7-12, families, and educators. Culturally competent Mental Health Specialists (MHS) take a collaborative approach with existing school staff to provide evidence-based interventions within each school’s Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS). Wellness Together offers individual counseling, group counseling, crisis intervention, family engagement, and social-emotional learning.

Students and families are encouraged to contact their school counselor or administration for more information about the referral process.
To learn more about Wellness Together, please click here.

Medical Providers

The agencies listed below are neither sponsored nor endorsed by the Rocklin Unified School District (RUSD), the superintendent, or RUSD schools. The school district makes no representation regarding the nature or quality of the services or activities promoted. 

Heritage Oaks Hospital

Heritage Oaks Hospital provides treatment to teens, adults, and senior adults struggling with mental illness or addiction issues. We offer inpatient and outpatient care at our main location in northern Sacramento and deliver outpatient services in West Sacramento and Roseville. 

Kaiser Child Psychiatry

1643 Eureka Road
Roseville, CA 95661
Click here for more information.
(916) 973-5300 

Roseville Oaks Outpatient Behavioral Health Center

(a division of Heritage Oaks)
Serving adolescents, adults and senior adults
1899 E. Roseville Parkway, #150, Roseville, CA 95661
(916) 784-2626 to make a referral or schedule an appointment

Sierra Vista Hospital 

For a free and confidential assessment, please contact us at  (916) 288-0300 
8001 Bruceville Road
Sacramento, CA 95823
Sierra Vista Hospital provides a full range of inpatient and outpatient psychiatric services for adolescents and adults. Inpatient care includes separate mental health programs for adults and adolescents with 24-hour nursing, daily groups, and oversight by a psychiatrist.  Our hospital provides an inpatient alcohol detox service as part of the inpatient care. Located just south of downtown Sacramento, California, Sierra Vista is committed to meeting the region’s mental health needs.

Sutter Health Sutter Center for Psychiatry

7700 Folsom Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95826
(916) 386-3620
Outpatient Services (Partial Hospitalization & Intensive Outpatient Programs)
7919 Folsom Blvd., Ste. 100
Sacramento, CA 95826(916) 887-7850
Referrals and Admissions
Please call to schedule an appointment
(916) 386-3620
Insurance information subject to change.  Verify by calling (916) 386-3000.
Free Confidential Evaluation - All insurance except Kaiser
Outpatient - Private Insurance
Inpatient - All insurance except Kaiser

Community Providers

The agencies listed below are neither sponsored nor endorsed by the Rocklin Unified School District (RUSD), the superintendent, or RUSD schools. The school district makes no representation regarding the nature or quality of the services or activities promoted. 

Family Mobile Crisis Team

A mobile service for Placer residents experiencing a mental health or family conflict crisis
Call 916-787-8860 or 888-886-5401


211 Connecting Point is a resource and information hub that connects people with community programs and services through a searchable web page and 24/7 local call center. 211 or call (833) DIAL211

Family and Children's Services

Placer County crisis assistance and non-emergency mental health services.
(888) 886-5401

Lighthouse Counseling and Family Resource Center

Providing counseling, case management, and educational classes to individuals and families. Lighthouse counselors are trained in depression and anxiety therapy, family attachment issues, child abuse and neglect prevention, trauma and other family related issues. 645-3300


KidsFirst Family Counseling and Family Resource CenterNon-profit, community-based organization operating counseling and family resource centers which empower, educate and strengthen families through prevention, early detection, intervention and treatment programs. All services are free, confidential & available in English & Spanish. 774-6802

Granite Wellness Centers

Provides a full range of substance use treatments as well as behavioral health services.
Roseville Center: (916) 782-3737
Lincoln Center: (916) 434-8927

Koinonia Family Services: Crisis Resolution Center

Provides solution-focused family intervention which resolves family crises and establishes reunification of children ages 12-17 with their families.  

Sacramento LGBTQ Community Center

Supports the health and wellness of the LGBTQ+ community.
(916) 442-0185


Sierra Native Alliance

Mission is to empower Native youth and families in the Sierra Nevada Foothills through family education and cultural resources. Resources include youth programs, cultural education, recovery programs and family wellness.

Support Groups

The agencies listed below are neither sponsored nor endorsed by the Rocklin Unified School District (RUSD), the superintendent, or RUSD schools. The school district makes no representation regarding the nature or quality of the services or activities promoted. 
Occurs every Tuesday 7-8 p.m.
Contact number-916-451-6987
Mental Health Support Group
Occurs 2nd & 4th Wednesday 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Contact number-916-875-4710
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Connections
Occurs every Sunday 7-8:30 p.m.
Contact number-916-374-9468
Healing Together (Suicide Loss)
Occurs 1st Wednesday each month 6-7:30 p.m.
Contact number-209-730-3281
Support Group Search
You can look up additional support groups on the Placer County Network of Care website.  Type "support group" into the Keyword search. 

Social-Emotional Learning Curriculum

Character Strong:
One of the aims of Rocklin Unified is to provide a system of academic and social-emotional supports in a culture of acceptance for all students. Through our LCAP stakeholder engagement process, staff, families, and students identified a need for increased behavior and social-emotional supports for students. One of the ways we have expanded our social-emotional instruction and support services to students is by utilizing a social and emotional learning curriculum for students called CharacterStrong (grades 6-12) and PurposeFull People (grades K-5). 

The CharacterStrong curriculum is designed to support school communities as they engage in the work of preparing young people to thrive in the 21st century. Research supports the effectiveness of social & emotional learning in schools to increase students’ academic success and college & career readiness. The lessons focus on developing skills and mindsets around building positive habits, understanding our emotions, and increasing empathy.

PurposeFull People (grades K-5):
Part of CharactorStrong, PurposeFull People offers a social and emotional learning toolkit. The toolkit helps schools weave simple, powerful, relatable content utilizing a library of practical resources and activities to help effectively teach a wide variety of traits that we know help make students more successful in their academics and in their lives outside of school. Over the course of the year, you’ll be invited to join in the fun! We will provide letters home related to each trait. Each letter has some great conversation starters, books to read, activities to pursue, and some challenges (“PurposeFull Pursuits!”) that we encourage you to look at and try out with your family. At school, our teachers will be role modeling this work by doing their own challenges. In the classroom, our educators will be integrating everything from 30 second strategies to longer activities designed to teach skills like Courage, Kindness, Empathy, and Responsibility. 

We recognize that our families may want to explore the elementary toolkit. More information about PurposeFull People can be found here.

CharacterStrong (grades 6-12):
The Character Strong curriculum focuses on 3 main outcomes:
  • Increasing a sense of belonging for all students
  • Improving skills that support student well-being
  • Deepening student engagement in their academics, in their school, and in their community. 

We recognize that our families may want additional information about the scope and sequence in addition to the specific content within the lessons. CharacterStrong provides a copy of the scope and sequence of the lessons contained within the curriculum, which can be found here. To learn more about CharacterStrong, check out to discover other resources for students and families.