Social & Emotional Wellness
Today, young adults face a multitude of challenges not experienced by many previous generations. In addition to academic success, high school students are faced with issues that can affect their social and emotional wellness.
At the Tempe Union High School District, we believe our students are not only capable of facing these challenges but that working together with peers, educators, families and others, they can use these challenges to make them stronger, kinder and more prepared for success in life.
Students: If you or someone you know is struggling, take a look at the information on this site. We encourage you to become informed and learn the how to help yourself and others. Most importantly, don't be afraid to ask for help.
Parents: If you are concerned about the social or emotional health of your child, we hope the information on this site will help you navigate a discussion with them. The information contained on this site is not a comprehensive list of resources, but we hope these documents and links will provide support or guidance in these areas. When seeking assistance from outside counselors, psychiatrists, psychologists, etc., we encourage families to see what local options are supported by your health care coverage.
Crisis Hotlines & Information
FREE AND CONFIDENTIAL CRISIS HOTLINES:
Empact Crisis Hotline: (480) 784-1500
LaFrontera-Empact Crisis Hotline
Mercy Maricopa Crisis Hotline: (602) 222-9444
Mercy Maricopa Crisis Hotline
Teen Lifeline Hotline: (602) 248-8336
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: (800) 273-8255 (TALK)
National Institute of Mental Health
City of Tempe Care 7 Crisis Response Unit: (480) 350-8004
City of Tempe Care 7
You should always call 9-1-1 in life-threatening situations.
While the Tempe Union High School District strives to make all information provided timely, accurate, and appropriate, the District makes no claims, promises, or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness or adequacy of the services that may be provided by any organization listed on this site. Reference on this site to any specific service or organization does not constitute endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by TUHSD. No warranty of any kind, implied, expressed, or statutory is provided by the District to any person that chooses to engage these organizations.
Challenge Day 2016Over a two-week period in October 2016, nearly 900 students on Tempe Union's seven high school campuses experienced Challenge Day. Students and adults alike called the experience "life-changing." Learn MoreClosed Captioning and Translation Services Available on YouTube