• Wellness Center Support

    The Wellness Centers have a team of dedicated staff that deliver programs, training and resources to students, staff, families and the community in the areas of tobacco, alcohol and other drug use prevention and intervention; pregnant and parenting teen services; LGBTQIA+ programs; bullying and violence prevention; suicide prevention and mental health.

    Meet the Wellness Center Coordinators

  • Purpose

    Today's teens are bombarded with pressures from every direction. The influx of social media, peer relationships, pressure to vape and engage in substance use and high expectations to perform at school all have an impact on how teens cope with life. 

    Mental health and wellness is a growing concern for teens and their parents, the depression rate in teens has increased from 8.3 percent (in 2008) to 10.7 percent (in 2013) (Center for Disease Control) and teens experiencing anxiety is also on the rise. 

    The RJUHSD recognizes the need to support the whole student and School Based Wellness Centers provide trained mental health professionals available to students in distress and more importantly to intervene before a crisis happens.

  • Tobacco Use Prevention Education (TUPE)

    Our TUPE program is funded through the Tobacco Use Prevention Education grant from the California Department of Education. With these funds, our district is able to support Wellness Centers with tobacco related needs, provide interventions for students as an alternative to suspensions, support tobacco reduction and cessation and provide education. Students can receive support through staff or self referral. We offer confidential self referrals. If you want or need support with reducing your use or quitting, reach out to your counselor, any Wellness Center Staff, or email us directly.

  • LGBTQIA+ Programs and Services

    The Wellness Center staff provide district-wide support to LGBTQIA+ students, staff and families. The staff facilitate awareness building training on LGBTQIA+ issues, provide coordination and support for campus clubs and other site-based LGBTQ programs, and consult with RJUHSD school staff on creating LGBTQIA+ inclusive and affirming campuses and classrooms.

  • Board Policy

    The Roseville Joint Union High School District prohibits, at any district school or school activity, unlawful discrimination, including discriminatory harassment, intimidation, and bullying targeted at any student by anyone based on the student's actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, immigration status, ethnicity, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital status, parental status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, medical information, or genetic information, or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

    RJUHSD Board Policy – BP 5145.3 – Nondiscrimination/Harassment/

  • Resources

    • Trevor Project Lifeline (866) 488-7386 – Crisis intervention and suicide prevention line to lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, and questioning youth and young adults. TrevorLifeline, TrevorChat, and TrevorText available.
    • Sacramento LGBT Community Center (916) 442-0185 – Local organization supporting the health and wellness of the most marginalized, advocating for equality and justice, and working to build a culturally rich LGBTQ community.
    • PFLAG Sacramento (916) 978-0410 – National organization with a local chapter that promotes the well-being of LGBTQ youth and their friends and family, through support, education and advocacy.

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800) 273-8255 – The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.


    Special thanks to:

    Raley's, Bel Air, Nob Hill Foods, and Adventist Health

    Your generosity brings comfort and wellness to our students.