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CA Guidance for Student Illness

The Chaffey District cares about your mental well-being. We partner with community agencies and mental health professionals to provide support to our students and staff. The San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health provides support to the entire County, including all the schools of the Chaffey District. If you, or someone you know, is in a crisis or has experienced a traumatic event, please contact the Community Crisis Response Team by calling (909) 421-9233 or texting (909) 420-0560 between 7:00 am – 10:00 pm daily. The following resources (in English and Spanish) provide other sources of support.


Coping With a Traumatic Event - English

Coping With a Traumatic Event - Spanish
Urgent Mental Health Care Services


Montclair High School is excited for our district to be continuing in our partnership with Loma Linda University Health and El Sol Neighborhood Educational Center to have Carlos Cubillo working full time at Montclair High School as our CHEW. A CHEW is a Community Health Education Worker that provides support and outreach services in the community while identifying root causes of chronic absenteeism. For more information on the support Carlos Cubillo can provide, please take a moment to look at CHEW.


La Escuela Preparatoria Montclair está emocionada de que nuestro distrito continúe en nuestra asociación con la Universidad de Salud de Loma Linda y el Centro Educativo Vecinal El Sol para que Carlos Cubillo trabaje a tiempo completo en la Escuela Preparatoria Montclair como nuestro CHEW. Un CHEW es un trabajador comunitario de educación para la salud que brinda apoyo y servicios de extensión en la comunidad mientras identifica las causas fundamentales del ausentismo crónico. Para obtener más información sobre el apoyo que Carlos Cubillo puede brindar, tómese un momento para ver CHEW.

Technology Help Line

For Parents, Students & Staff

Having trouble with technology? Contact the CJUHSD Technology Help Line!

CJUHSD Technology Help Line: (909) 946-8226

Leave a message with:

  • Your Name
  • Your Phone Number
  • Your School
  • A Brief Description of Your Need

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Online Safety

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San Bernardino County Behavioral Heath 24 Hour & Emergency Services Division


The 24 Hour and Emergency Services Division encompasses an array of department and contracted programs that deliver behavioral health services to individuals requiring immediate access to stabilization after experiencing a crisis and/or transitioning from a higher level of acute care to a safe and supportive community living setting.