Mental Health Services


    A Better Way (ABW)

    Travis USD students are fortunate to receive services from A Better Way through a grant from Solano County Behavioral Health.  Currently, A Better Way provides services for students at Vanden High School and TEC.  Services include individual, group, class presentations, staff presentations and parent trainings.  For more information, please contact your child's school.

    Military & Family Life Counselor (MFLC)

    Travis USD's military connected students at Scandia Elementary, Travis Elementary, Golden West Middle School and Vanden High School are able to receive MFLC services through Magellan Healthcare and the United States Military.  MFLC's provide individual, group, class presentations for students, staff trainings and parent trainings.  Active Duty Military adults and spouses can also receive MFLC services by connecting the Travis AFB Airman & Family Readiness Center (AFRC).  For more information, please contact your child's school.  To provide consent for an MFLC to work with your child, please complete this form and return it to your child's school.

    School Counselors

    Travis USD employs School Counselors at Golden West Middle School, Vanden High School and TEC.  The School Counselors provide Academic, College & Career and Social/Emotional support.  For more information, please contact your child's school or School Counselor directly.

    School Social Workers (SSW)

    Travis USD employes four (4) School Social Workers who provide individual, group, class presentations, staff trainings, parent trainings and support of site and district programs and initiatives.  For more information, please contact your child's school.

    Care Solace
    Care Solace will help you find a service provider in our community. More information about Care Solace can be viewed on this flier or this Spanish flier.
    You can also watch a video about Care Solace. 

    Solano Connex

    Visit the Solano Connex website to gain access to 100 different resources in Solano County. (mental/emotional health, parenting, drug/alcohol, violence/abuse)

    Additional Resources

    TUSD Crisis Resources 

    -->National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) for English, 1-888-628-9454 for Spanish
         You can also dial 988 -- this is the national number to reach the new “988 Lifeline” (previously known as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline). 988 also includes a text option.

    -->Crisis 24 Hour TEXT Line Text “go” or “home” to 741-741
    -->CA 24 Hour Youth Crisis Line (ages 12-24) (800) 843-5200 or online through their chat portal via []
    -->Trevor Lifeline 24 Hour Suicide Prevention for LGBTQ (ages 13-24) (866) 488-7386 and Trevor Text (Mon-Fri 12pm-7pm PST) Text "Start" to 678-678
    -->Black, Indigenous & People of Color Line (crisis resources specifically for BIPOC teens) [] 1-800-604-5841
    -->Military One Source (for military family members) 1-800-342-9647

    Other Resources

    Directory of Community Based Resources and Programs

    Information on School Climate, Safety, Mental Health, and the LCAP Survey