Amanda Corrigan, School-Based Social Worker » School-Based Social Worker

School-Based Social Worker


I'm here on campus for emotional and mental health support. Find me in Room 22!



Mental Health Helplines – available 24 hours

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline                       988 or (800) 273- 8255

Crisis Text Line                                                       Text “LA” to 741-741

Teen Line (6pm -10pm)                                          Call (800) 852-8336 or text 839863

Trevor Lifeline                                                        (866) 488-7386 or text "START" 678678

LA County Department of Mental Health               (800) 854-7771


In the event of a mental health emergency, contact 9-1-1 or the Department of Mental Health’s ACCESS line, (800) 854-7771.




Líneas de ayuda de salud mental - disponibles las 24 horas

  • Línea nacional de prevención del suicidio 988 o (800) 273-8255
  • Línea de texto de crisis Envía "LA" al 741-741
  • Trevor línea de vida (866) 488-7386 o Texto Envía "START" al 678-678
  • Departamento de Salud Mental del Condado de Los Ángeles (800) 854-7771
En caso de emergencia, llame 9-1-1 or Department of Mental Health ACCESS, (800) 854-7771.



Almost everything in the room is clickable. Explore it whenever you need “brain break“!




Come by and walk the labyrinth outside of room 22! Labyrinths have been known to the human race for well over 4000 years. They are a great tool to help us calm down, relax, meditate, and focus (and they're just fun). Unlike a maze, labyrinths don't have dead ends - there is no "wrong way." You just start at the entrance  - ours is painted dark green  - and follow the path all the way to the center. Then, if you like, follow the path back out. So whether you have test anxiety, a big presentation, or just need a second to think, walking the labyrinth is a great way   to regroup and reset! Hope to see you on the path!


WHA Labyrinth 1



Click the image below to visit my Parents & Staff website. Use the tabs on the upper right to navigate to various parenting resources, mental health links, parent workshop recaps, etc. There is also a tab for community resources with listings for help with food, housing, finances, COVID-19, and more: