SPUSD partners with Care Solace to support community mental health

Story by Eddie Zhou 
Staff Writer

Photo courtesy of Care Solace

SPUSD announced its partnership with Care Solace, a live, 24/7 online service that connects individuals with mental healthcare resources and providers, on Wednesday, Sept. 2. 

Care Solace services come with no cost for students and their families and do not require any personal information. Additionally, all provided information is confidential and securely stored.  

“South Pasadena Unified School District continuously tries to build a culture that promotes the health, safety, and well-being of students and families,” Superintendent Geoff Yantz said in an email to parents. 

Care Solace representatives speak English, Spanish, Mandarin, Korean, Tagalog, and Vietnamese, and provide translation services for families who speak other languages. 

The district’s partnership with Care Solace is currently slated to last one year.

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