• Helpful Websites:

    SCUC Counseling Resources:  This site contains information about Social Emotional learning, copies of guidance lessons, and ways to contact your child's counselor 

    Parent Toolkit:  This toolkit is designed to help parents track and support their child's academic, health, and social emotional development from PreK to high school


    Anxiety Resources:

    Resources for Parents of Children with Anxiety DisordersThis source provides websites, books for students, and books for parents to help you help your anxious child.  

     Hey Sigmund:  This website contains the latest research and news in psychology. It attempts to bring psychology into the mainstream, unfolding the brilliance that happens within the scientific realm. We will explain what it all means and why it matters.  The best of us is already in us, sometimes found, sometimes waiting to be. This website provides the tools to uncover what is waiting patiently beneath our skin to be discovered, or to make a life that is already beautiful, even more so.

    AT Parenting Survival  At Parenting Survival for All Ages is a site dedicated to helping support parents in raising kids with anxiety and OCD.  This site includes articles, videos, and podcasts.  


    Divorce Resources: 

    Divorce and Your Child's School  This artilce gives tips for ensuring your child's continues success in school throughout family changes or divorce. 

    Parent's Guide to Seperation and Divorce This information helps guide parents through their seperation and divorce adn gives information for teens and children with coping during the changes that will occur. 



    Community Resources:  

    San Antonio Food Bank:  The San Antonio Food Bank takes pride in fighting hunger, feeding hope in our 16 county service area. We believe that no child should go to bed hungry, adults should not have to choose between a hot meal and utilities, nor a senior sacrifice medical care for the sake of a meal.

    Children's Bereavement Center of South Texas: Provides FREE support and counseling to assist in the healing process for grieiving children, families, and the community after loss of a loved one

    Health Insurance Information:  In Texas, children without health insurance may be able to get health and medical services through CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program) or Children’s Medicaid. Both programs offer a wide range of services including regular checkups, dental care, eye exams, and glasses, too. Fill out an application to find out if your children can get services through either one of these programs.

    Guadalupe Valley Family Violence Shelter:  Provides free and confidential services for survivors of domestic violence or assault