Bring Change to Mind
Meets every Tuesday during office hours in the EAST Annex
Bring Change to Mind is a student-led club dedicated to mental health conversations. It gives teens a platform to share their voices and raise awareness around mental health. Our goal is to empower students to educate one another, and their communities, and to create a culture of peer support within their schools. Together, we’ll fight the stigma around mental illness.
Meets every Tuesday in room 2106
SAGA (Sexuality and Gender Acceptance) Club
(Formerly GTSA: Gay Trans Straight Alliance)
Meets every Friday in room 3201
Black Student Union
Meets every Thursdays in room 3201
NHS Link Crew
Link Crew is a nationwide peer mentoring program that helps students transition from their 8th grade year to their freshman year of high school, beginning with freshman orientation in August. At freshman orientation, each incoming freshman is automatically placed in a “Crew” of ten students with two upperclassmen “Link Leaders.” These “Link Crews” spend the day together at freshman orientation, and then meet periodically throughout the year for social and academic follow-ups. Novato High’s Link Crew began recruiting its first cohort of leaders in the spring of 2014, and has continued to grow ever since!
Novato Teen Clinic
Wednesday, 1:30- 5pm drop-in (415) 985-5012 (call or text)
The Novato Teen Clinic offers a free, confidential drop-in clinic for teens ages 12-21 to access reproductive and behavioral health care. We test for pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV. We also provide birth control, condoms, mental health counseling, and pelvic exams for those who are experiencing symptoms.
Marin Community Clinic
Center for Domestic Peace
C4DP: Teens and Young Adults
Marin Youth Services
Relationships exist on a spectrum, from healthy to unhealthy to abusive — and everywhere in between. It can be hard to determine where your relationship falls, especially if you haven’t dated a lot.
C4DP can help:
- Figure out if what’s going on in a relationship (whether talking, hanging out, or hooking up) is healthy or not.
- Connect with others who are dealing with similar issues.
- Make a safety plan and talk about options.
- Get emergency shelter and/or legal protection.
How? Call or text our youth services phone line 415-526-2557, M-F, 9am-5pm
Also, peer advocates are available for assistance and support 24 hours a day. Seven days a week from the National Dating Abuse Hotline.
Learn more about C4DP’s youth advocacy work of Marin Against Youth Abuse (MAYA) by clicking here!