Mental Health Overview

If you or someone you know is struggling or in crisis, contact the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline: phone or text at 988, chat at

If you need immediate medical help, call 911. 

Fremont Unified School District is committed to the whole child's development - educational, physical, social and emotional. As children grow and change, their ability to regulate themselves, master new skills, connect with their peers or adapt to their environment develops at different rates. A child's mental, social and emotional well-being is critical to their success.

Mental Health Services

CONNECT with Mental Health Care ResourcesFremont Unified School District partners with Care Solace to provide our students, staff and their families expert help in navigating the mental health care system.

Learn more about Care Solace.

LGBTQ Support 

Each school site shall designate a school site contact for assisting students regarding rights and issues of transgender and gender variant students. LGBTQ Support Contacts