Mission Statement: Empowering Students to be Resilient and Creating Safe-Spaces on Campus.
Our mission at Le Grand Union High School District is to foster a supportive and inclusive environment that promotes the overall well-being of our student community. We are dedicated to providing comprehensive resources, guidance, and advocacy for students, empowering them to thrive academically, emotionally, and socially. Through personalized support, education, and collaborative partnerships, we aim to cultivate resilience, self-awareness, and healthy habits, enabling our students to reach their full potential. We are committed to creating a safe and compassionate space where every student's voice is heard, valued, and respected. Together, we strive to build a culture of well-being, resilience, and holistic growth, nurturing lifelong skills for a successful future.
Meet the Staff!
United Way of Merced County
Call 2-1-1 anywhere in Merced County to find resources like clothing, food, housing, or mental health services any time of the day.
Merced County Crisis Stabilization Unit
Call (209) 381-6800. This service is provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for individuals who are in immediate need of mental health services due to mental illness.
Valley Crisis Center
Call (209) 722-4357. Supporting survivors of dating violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Confidential. Secure. Safe.
Le Grand Online Crisis Counseling
Le Grand and Granada High School students have access to remote crisis counseling services through their Student Advocates.
Book an appointment now by pushing the button below!
What is Confidentiality?
- Confidentiality is when the info you share stays private.
- The Student Advocate Services Office’s goal is safety. We know that sharing your story can be unsafe. We know that not everyone needs to know, even family. We get that your business is no one else’s business.
- If you need us to share your info with anyone else we need your permission first. Without your say-so, your info stays private.
- Confidentiality is for students and everyone who comes to the Student Advocate Services Office, even if we can’t help you.
Questions about Confidentiality:
- Question: How do I share my information?
If you need your Advocate to share your info with someone else, let us know. We’ll help you do a Release of Information. With a Release, you have full control over what you tell someone else and for how long.
- Question: I was told my child needs to talk to you (the Advocate) first. Why?
If your child is 12 and up, they have the same right to confidentiality as an adult.We know that as a parent, this is hard, but it is very important to give your child space to talk and tell us what they want to do.
If you need Valley Crisis Center to share your info with someone else, let us know. We’ll help you do a Release of Information. With a Release, you have full control over what you tell someone else and for how long.