School-Based Mental Health Funding Guide for California

A resource to help California district leaders learn which grants and funding streams are available and how they can be supported with Daybreak's school-based mental health programs.

Navigating the post-ESSER funding cliff is presenting a challenge for K-12 districts in California, especially when it comes to sustaining valuable programs for the long-term.

This guide shares how a number of available funding streams align to Daybreak’s school-based mental health programs for students and families.

Download this helpful free resource as you plan your budget and strategy for mental health supports in the upcoming ‘24-’25 school year.

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