Wellness Program Resources

Cyber Smarts

NET CETERA – Chatting with Kids About Being Online
NET CETERA – Chatting with Kids About Being Online – Tools for parents to talk to thier children about online activities, including texting and smart phones. http://onguardonline.gov/sites/default/files/articles/pdf/pdf-0001.pdf

A Parent’s Guide to Facebook
Click above to access the website for more information.

Facebook “places” maps your location
Facebook’s new feature and how to disable it.

Home Filtering Option
Click on the link above to access website about parental controls.

Information for Parents About Sexting
Click on above link to access the latest information.

Internet Safety Tips
These are great reference sites for internet safety, cyber bullying, social networking, online gaming, sexting, etc.

Monitoring and Filtering Internet Obscenity/Indecency
Click on link above to access recommended filters/sites to address these issues.

Online Gaming
Education for parents about online gaming, safety and effects.

Parent Media and Technology Education Program
Common Sense media- Providing free education/support for parents. http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/parent-media-education

SafetyNet: Smart Cyber Choices®
Smart Cyber Choices® is an Internet safety program of the San Diego Police Foundation and the San Diego Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. An extremely informative website to help parents keep kids safe online: http://www.smartcyberchoices.org/

Twitter Information for Parents
A website that helps parents better understand Twitter. A Twitter account is not needed to access this page.

Depression and Suicide Awareness

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
If you are in crisis, call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Please visit www.afsp.org for more information.

San Diego Access and Crisis Line
If you or someone you care about is in crisis and needs immediate help, call the Crisis Hotline at (888) 724-7240. The phone lines are answered by trained professionals available 24/7; the call is free and confidential. If emergency medical care is needed, call 9-1-1 or go to the emergency room of the nearest hospital.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration


Resources for Parents of Teen Drivers
Resources for Parents of Teen Drivers, driving contract, Provisional driver’s license restrictions, Kids and the Law , Social Host Ordinance

Start Smart Driving Safety-Free CHP workshop
The California Highway Patrol’s Start Smart program is a free driver safety education class which targets new and future licensed teenage drivers between the age of 15 – 20 and their parents/guardians. http://www.sdsheriff.net/co_startsmart.html

Drugs and Alcohol Information

Drug Free World
Resource website for drug prevention/intervention. Both English and Spanish

Drug take back days offered around the county
Help Prevent Prescription Drug Abuse. NO QUESTIONS ASKED! To fiind the collectiion site nearest you, visit:: http://www.dea.gov- Rx Abuse Hotline: (877) 662-6384


This site has helpful resourses and Q and A for parents and teens about teen relationships and sexual pressure.

peer2peer- newsletter- feb 2012- Parenting
Parenting 101 newsletter

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Student Resources – On Campus

Student Wellness Programs

The Student Wellness Programs were created to support the overall well being of the students at Cathedral Catholic High School. The Wellness Groups are student led but do have adult supervision and support. The Wellness Groups meet once a month and always welcome new members. Wellness Groups are not meant as counseling sessions rather they offer students an opportunity to meet with peers that are experiencing similar situations. Students have the opportunity during these gatherings to share individual stories, experiences, and garner strength and support from those also in attendance.

Student Wellness Programs — Aevidum

AEVIDUM meets on the third Thursday each month at lunch in De Sales Hall, room 103. Aevidum is a depression and suicide awareness and prevention initiative for high school students. The goals of the program include helping students understand that depression is a treatable illness, teaching students to know the warning signs of depression, and enabling students to use their gifts and talents to spread the Aevidum message of hope. Aevidum also encourages students to be advocates for other students in need. New members are always welcome to be part of this powerful initiative. Aevidum always reminds its members, and the student body, to “remember you are not alone and we’ve got your back!”

Student Wellness Programs — Families in Transition

Families In Transition (FIT) meets the second Wednesday of every month at lunch in De Sales Hall, room 103. FIT is for students who are experiencing stress or anxiety due to family transition, separation, divorce, or relationship challenges. Many students also attend the meetings due to relationship challenges that are caused by family mental/physical health issues and family substance abuse concerns. FIT is intended so that students do not feel like they must shoulder these types of burdens alone. Father Kelly and other adult facilitators join with student leaders to assist students in their time of need.

Student Wellness Programs — Sturdy Wings

Sturdy Wings meets the first Wednesday of each month at lunch in De Sales Hall, room 103. Sturdy Wings is for students who are experiencing a sense of anxiety or loss because of an illness or death of a family member or friend. The group reminds students that they are not alone during what can be a very difficult period. Father Kelly and other staff members assist the student lead wellness group through the spiritual and emotional journey of illness and loss.