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Mental Health Supports in Sunnyside

Welcome to the Sunnyside School District Mental Health Support Page. Here you will find resources, contact information, and educational sessions to support your child or student's mental health. 

This page is currently under construction and more resources will be added. 

If you need assistance from a school or the school district, please contact us directly.

School Contact Information

Sunnyside High School
(509) 837-2601
Start Time - 7:50 am
End Time - 2:25 pm
Harrison Middle School
(509) 837-3601
Start Time - 7:45 am
End Time - 2:15 pm
Sierra Vista Middle School
(509) 836-8500
Start Time - 7:45 am
End Time - 2:15 pm
Washington Elementary
(509) 837-3641
Start Time - 9:10 am
End Time - 3:40 pm
Chief Kamiakin Elementary
(509) 837-6444
Start Time - 9:10 am
End Time - 3:40 pm
Outlook Elementary
(509) 837-3352
Start Time - 9:00 am
End Time - 3:30 pm
Pioneer Elementary
(509) 836-2200
Start Time - 8:50 am
End Time - 3:20 pm
Sun Valley Elementary
(509) 836-7520
Start Time - 8:40 am
End Time - 3:10 pm

On-Campus Support

In our district, students and families have access to:

21 School Counselors

  • Two at each elementary and middle school and four at the high school
  • 15 our 21 speak Spanish

10 Mental Health Counselors

  • All speak Spanish

4 Substance Use Professionals

  • 3 out of 4 speak Spanish

9 Nurses 

  • One at each school building and one District Migrant Nurse 
  • 5 out of 9 speak Spanish
Blue Box with the numbers 988 for the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

We can all help prevent suicide.

Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (Lifeline) at 988.

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call 911.

The letter "u" in Green and Blue with United Family Center spelled out below.

United Family Center Partnership

The Sunnyside School District has a partnership with the Grandview branch of United Family Center, to provide mental health services to students on campus.

Visit United Family Center