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About Us

Starting in Fall of 2019, Sierra Child and Family Services, El Dorado County Behavioral Health and the El Dorado Union High School District partnered to create on-campus Wellness Centers for students at the school sites.  

The goal of the Wellness Centers is to assist students and families with navigation to community resources, to offer a safe space on campus and to improve the overall health and well-being of the students.


The clinician will be responsible for providing direct mental health services, including individual clinical assessments and therapy services to students on campus. The role aims to improve accessibility of mental health care by being present and available for students in need.

Mental Health Advocate

The mental health advocate is responsible for assisting students referred to the Wellness Center by helping them develop coping skills for challenging emotions like anxiety, anger, and depression. They also act as an advocate, connecting families with community resources to support mental health and wellbeing.

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