The Grossmont Resource Center (GRC) is a program at Grossmont High School that reaches out to meet the personal and social needs of our students and families. It is a collaborative effort between the community and our school to provide direct services on campus that will enhance the opportunity for students to achieve academic, social and personal success. The GRC is also a place where parents, students, and staff can obtain information and referrals for problems that are not normally handled by the school or our partners. The GRC is located in the main office building.
Some of the offerings available in the GRC:
Peer Listening/Peer Mediation
Community Resources (Please see links below)
What are some Common Signs that your Student needs Support?
Decreased interest in activities
Frequent sadness or crying
Increased irritability, anger or hostility
Isolation/withdrawing from peers
Increase in disruptive classroom behaviors
Decline in grades and/or participation in class
Increase/presentation of symptoms of anxiety: panic attacks, shaking, fidgeting
Increase in complaints of physical symptoms: headaches, stomach aches, nausea
This 24-page document provides you with links to community services regarding Behavioral Health, Child Abuse, Low-Cost Counseling, Cutting/Self Injury/Suicide, Dating Abuse/Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault, Substance Abuse, Eating Disorders, Healthcare and Family, Homeless Support, Housing Support, Human Trafficking, Reproductive Health, Bullying, Runaways, LGBTQIA, Transitional Housing/Case Management for 18+, Veterans and Other Resources.
La Mesa and El Cajon Resources/Recursos Utiles
You can get help for you and your child at the following community facilities or individual practitioners. Puede obtener ayuda para usted o su hijo/a en los siguientes servicios comunitarios.
A resource guide/concentrated source of valuable local support in El Cajon on a wide range of needs.
Check your Mood Weeks at GHS
Grossmont High School partners with San Diego Youth Services each fall to offer “Check Your Mood” to all 9th & 10th graders. This program focuses on educating youth and their families about depression and reducing the stigma around seeking help for mental health issues. SDYS presents curriculum in classrooms, staffs an informational table at lunch, and provides additional support for students that express interest and/or need. Parent awareness is integral to the success of this program. Please click here for additional information.