• Petaluma High School is committed to supporting all students and their needs while providing a safe and effective learning environment.

    In an effort to empower our school community, we have developed this Social Wellness Hub for students to access a variety of social wellness resources without the direct involvement of PHS staff or Parents/Guardians.  We hope the information on this webpage becomes a useful resource for the those who need the support.  

    With guidance from students we have determined 3 areas of focus for support: 

    Connections: This section is designed with the intention of helping student stay connected with friends, teachers and school staff. We have also included tools and resources to help with organization and technology with school related topics. 

    School Resources: The school resources section was created with the intention of providing several self guided resources for student to use as a way to get help or self discover. 

    Crisis Resources: Our goal is to provide resources to support a wide variety of social and mental wellness needs. These resources are avaialble for all who are experiencing a moment of crisis and or thoughts of suicide. 


  • Class of 2022 Instagram Page
  • ASB Instagram Page
  • Class of 2021 Instagram Page
  • Class Of 2023 Instagram Page
  • Class of 2024 Instagram Page
  • FFA Instagram Page
  • Library Instagram
  • Music Instagram
  • Teacher & Staff Emails
  • Student Technology Tools and Support.
  • PHS COVID Student Resources

School Resources

  • Atlas - Atlas is a social wellness app that provides podcast-like videos on a variety of social wellness topics. Students only need to download the app and select Petaluma High School to access this resource.

  • MFT Self Referral - This is a google form for students to self refer themselves for Mental Health counseling services. 

  • Gale Pages - Gale Pages is a digital library of resources ranging in topics. Students access e-books and other literary resources. We highlight the Cameron's Collection resources which are all centered around the topics of Social Wellness and Mental Health. These resources are obtained by students anonymously for their privacy. 

  • PHS School Counselors Website - This is a link to our Counseling webpage. This web page has many resources and direct contact information for your school counselor. 

  • STOPit provides simple, fast, and powerful anonymous reporting via the STOPit Mobile App, Web & Hotline. STOPit Messenger enables anonymous, 2-way dialogue between administrators and reporters in real-time—course correcting issues before they turn into emergencies. 

    For emergency situations, please contact the school directly at 778-4652 or call 911.

  • Incident Report - The digital incident report is a direct report to school administration. Students filing an incident report are required to include their name and specific information for admin to support them. For emergency situations, please contact the school at 778-4652 or call 911. 

  • StudentSquare is a communication tool very similar to ParentSquare. Students are encouraged to download the StudentSquare App to help them keep positive communication with their teachers and for important information for the school. 

Crisis Resources

  • Crisis

    Text Hello to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselor. 



    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you and your loved ones, and best practices for professionals. 1-800-273-8255

Social Wellness Blog

  • Suicide Prevention Brochure (English/Spanish)

    Posted by Giovanni Napoli on 1/14/2021
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  • Mental Health Suggestions From Students

    Posted by Giovanni Napoli on 12/3/2020

    What can people do to take their mind off things?

    • Cleaning house
    • Organizing personal space - Feels like something you can control
    • Exercise
    • Keep busy - Writing, cleaning, etc. 
    • Make a list so you can track your accomplishments for the day. 
    • Set goals
    • Depression - Making your bed everyday, gives peace of mind. 
    • If you get sad or have anxiety, get out of your room to displace your feelings. 
    • Meditation
    • Listening to Music
    • Walk around the neighborhood
    • Get a pet
    • Coloring Book
    • Facetime Friends and Family
    • Try to take breaks. Get fresh air.
    • Counsel friends

    What can people do to help friends?

    • You can start facetime or do it more often
    • Texting each other
    • Playing video games 
    • Going out to play catch or something active, walk the dog together, go for a hike, bikes, etc. 
    • Going out to eat
    • Ask how they are doing
    • Counsel friends
    • Let them know you see them
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  • Alateen Group

    Posted by Giovanni Napoli on 12/2/2020

    If you or someone you know struggles with the problems of alcoholism, then you know how difficult it may be to find a way to cope on your own. Alateen, part of the Al-Anon Family Groups, is a fellowship of young people whose lives have been affected by alcoholism in a family member of close friend. We help each other by sharing our experience, strength and hope.

    Alateen Poster

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