|Rabago, Sylvia||MST Coordinator|
MST Schedule 2014
|Sylvia X77102 MST COOR.||Jeanine- Social Worker||Sylvia X77102 MST COOR.||Jeanine-Social Worker|
|SONICA X77069 Room:E123||SONICA X77069 Room: E123||KELLY X77064 Room: D121||HEIDE X 77062 Room: D108||KELLY X77064 Room:D121|
|HEIDI X77062 Room: D108||KELLY X77064 Room: D121||District Training on Thurs.||HEIDI X77062 Rm: D108 10/4 & 10/18|
|Lin X77102 C. Hall Substance Abuse||STEVEN NGUYEN X77102 Cougar Hall|
|email@example.com||ESUHSD MST Coordinator||X77102 M/Thurs.||Silver CreekX75832 T/W/F||Cougar Hall|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||ESUHSD Social Worker||X77064 OR 77102||TUES.& FRIDAY||varies|
|email@example.com||ESUHSD MFT Trainee||X77069||Mon. & Tues.||E123|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||ESUHSD MFT Trainee||X77064||Tues., Wed. & Friday||D121|
|email@example.com||ESUHSD MFT Trainee||X77062||Mon., Thur. & Friday||D108|
|Snguyen@alumrockcc.org||Alum Rock Counseling MFT||X77062||Fridays Only||Cougar Hall|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Asian Recovery||X77012||Tuesday||Cougar Hall|
|Marriage & Family Therapist|
If you have a student that requires immediate attention please contact an administrator. DO NOT EMAIL
Professionals Required to Report Suspected Child Abuse
Individuals designated as mandatory reporters typically have frequent contact with children. Such individuals may include:
- Social workers
- Teachers and other school personnel
- Physicians and other health-care workers
- Mental health professionals
- Child care providers
- Medical examiners or coroners
- Law enforcement officers
How To Report Suspected Child Abuse
1. Call the Department of Family and Children's Services Child Abuse and Neglect Center at tel. (408)299-2071.
2. Complete a State of California Suspected Child Abuse Report (SS8572).
3. Mail the written report (SS8572) within 36 hours of receiving the information concerning the incident to the:
Santa Clara County Department of Family and Children's Services
Child Abuse and Neglect Center
373 West Julian St. - Second Floor
San Jose CA 95110
Mandated reporters have immunity from civil or criminal liability as a result of making the report.
Failure to report a suspected abuse carries a punishment not to exceed six months in jail or $1000 or both.
The identity of all persons who report shall be confidential. No supervisor or administrator may impede or prohibit reporting.