San Marin counseling information

Mustangs, get to know your School Counselors!
 Ms. Hoj
o Students last names A-E & AVID Students
 Ms. Triantafyllos
o Students last names F-M
 Mr. Hu
o Students last names N-Z

Why should you reach out to your Counselor?
 Talk to us about school, stress, and plans for after high school
 Drop in: before school, during break/lunch, or after school
 Appointment: fill out a Counselor request form (they’re in the office) or email us!

Want even more College and Career advice?
 Talk to Ms. Jensen, College and Career Specialist- her office is in the Library

Bay Area Community Resources (BACR): if you’re feeling depressed, anxious, or
stressed talk to your School Counselor about a referral to a BACR mental health
counselor, they’re located on campus 4 days a week and it’s free!

Novato Teen Clinic: offers free, confidential reproductive and mental health care for
teens ages 12-25. Staff is LGBTQ+ knowledgeable and Spanish speaking.
Call/text: 415-985-5012

Individual and Family Therapy: If you or a family member would like mental health
services outside of school, North Marin Community Services offers affordable individual
and family therapy in English and Spanish. To get started, call to speak with a Mental
Health Navigator: (415) 892-1643, x 239.

The Crisis Text Line: Text HELP to 741741, they offer free, 24/7, confidential crisis
counseling via text and is a great place to turn when experiencing anxiety, depression,
substance use, suicidal ideation, or anything in between.

Author: Stefania Bitton

Stefania Bitton is a senior and the Co-Editor-in-Chief for the San Marin Pony Express. You will most likely find her singing and rocking out to any song that is playing. Ironically she doesn’t know how to sing but somehow she always knows the lyrics.

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