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Mountain View Los Altos High School District

High School District

Community-Based Mental Health and Social Services Resources

For more information about community-based support for a variety of mental health services including grief support, substance use treatment, LGBTQIA+ services, domestic violence support, etc., please see the Community-based Mental Health Resource List.
For more information about community-based support for social services including food resourcing, rental assistance, housing support, immigration services, and health services, please see the Community-based Support Resource Guide
MVLA also partners with Care Solace to assist students and families in finding local mental health related programs and counseling services. Please note that Care Solace does not provide direct mental health support services or emergency crisis services. For more information, call 1-888-515-0595, visit our MVLA-dedicated Care Solace website, or see this Care Solace flier. 
Food Resources

Food Resources

The A La Carte Food Truck provides free meals and food each week for students, families and community members. No registration is required, and all of the food comes from corporate and university partners.
All MVLA families are welcome to visit the food truck at the District Office (1299 Bryant Ave. next to MVHS student parking lot) on Thursdays from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. 
MVLA District Office: VIEW FLYER (English) | VIEW FLYER (Spanish) 
Additional A La Carte Food Truck locations: VIEW FLYER (English)
Stanford Teen Health Van

Stanford Teen Health Van

The Stanford Children’s Health Teen Van is a mobile clinic offering free health services to uninsured and underinsured youth, ages 12 to 25, in the San Francisco Bay Area. They visit high schools, community colleges, and nonprofit organizations from as far south as East San Jose and as far north as San Bruno. Staff includes a doctor specializing in adolescent medicine, a nurse practitioner, a social worker, a nutritionist, two medical assistants, and a registrar/driver.
  • Students and families will be able to connect directly with the Health Van to schedule an appointment. 
  • Some services require parent consent and some do not require consent; please see the flyers below for more information.