Family Resources

The Canyons Family Center has a variety of free classes, resources, and counseling services offered.

Contact them at (801) 826 - 8190 or by visiting their website: https://www.canyonsdistrict.org/depts/responsive-services/canyons-family-center/

You can also find an available class to join - and sign up to attend - by clicking here: http://bookeo.com/canyonsfamilycenter.

CFC-Image.png

Mental Health Resources for Parents & Families

ParentGuidance.org

This website is designed to offer parents/guardians support, real answers, and real help for their students. ParentGuidance.org is backed by therapists to provide specialized courses, professional support, and a safe community of parents helping each other.

ParentGuidance.png
My_Life_is_Worth_Living_edited.jpg

MyLifeIsWorthLiving.org

My Life is Worth Living is an animated web series which includes five powerful stories told over 20 episodes. In each episode, relatable teen characters wrestle with challenges that are all too familiar for many viewers and discover strategies to cope when it feels like their own thoughts are against them. Over the course of each character’s journey, they realize that life is worth living.

 

They don’t go it alone. Each character learns that support can come from family, friends, or even people they least expect and that the comfort of a sympathetic person can provide the relief they didn’t think possible. As the teens learn to share their burdens, cope in healthy ways, and accept support, that self-critical voice becomes less intrusive, and those bad situations become more hopeful. They learn that life at times can seem bleak, and that negative thoughts are often part of the experience, but also that we all deserve love and support, that no situation is hopeless, and that their lives are worth living.

Talking to Your Kids About War

Student Anxiety

AnxiousStudents02-1.jpg
AnxiousStudents02-1.jpg

One of our own Student Center members, Dr. Segura, was recently featured on the Canyons School District "Canyons Connect" podcast - talking about stress and anxiety. To listen to his episode, please click here: https://www.canyonsdistrict.org/general-news/mental-health-when-does-teen-angst-become-something-to-worry-about/.

7th Grade Lifelines Curriculum

Parents of 7th grade students - A wellness and suicide prevention program called Lifelines is being delivered to all 7th grade students in their Health classes this year.

Please check out the slideshow presentation below.

If you have any questions regarding curriculum, please contact our Health teacher, Lyndsay Nicholson.

Additional Resources

Emotional-Health-screen_edited.png