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Chino Valley Unified School Distr ict CARE CLOSET


Through curbside service, the CARE Closet continues to provide emergency household and hygiene supplies to Chino Valley families in need. Our wonderful community consistently asks, "How can I help?" Below is a list of items that are most needed during this time:


- Hygiene products including deodorant, toothpaste, 2-in-1 shampoo and conditioner, baby wipes


- Household items including laundry detergent, handwashing soap, sanitizing wipes


- School supplies including backpacks for younger students (K-6), paper, markers, highlighters


- New/packaged undergarments, socks and underwear


Currently, the CARE Closet is only receiving donations of NEW items. Please call the HOPE Center at 909-628-1201 ext. 8960 for more information or to schedule a donation delivery. Thank you for your continued partnership!


CVUSD Wel l ness Assist ance Line


To assist with anxiety and stress brought on by COVID-19, Chino Valley Unified School District has launched the Wellness Assistance Line to serve CVUSD students and families with screening for assistance, referrals, and resources relating to social, emotional, and the overall well-being of students. Staffed by CVUSD counselors, individuals can call (909) 703-6130 Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. to request support.


Supports received through the Wellness Assistance Line include:


- Screenings to determine student/family needs


- Referrals and resources related to the support of the social, emotional and overall well-being of a students


- Referrals to appropriate CVUSD departments for assistance


- Referrals to outside agencies to support student needs


"We'r e her e t o hel p!"


The Wellness Assistance Line is not a therapeutic support line and callers should call 911 if experiencing a crisis or need immediate assistance. The Wellness Assistance Line will remain available until school campuses reopen for Blended Learning.


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