About Student Health and Human Services
To provide whole child wellness and support in a safe and welcoming learning environment, ensuring all students are Ready For The World.
All our work directly supports these key priorities outlined in the Los Angeles Unified 2022-26 Strategic Plan
Priority 2A: Welcoming Learning Environments:
Design and sustain welcoming, safe, environmentally friendly, affirming, and inclusive learning environments
Priority 2B: Whole-Child Well-Being:
Promote whole-child well-being through integrated health, nutrition, and wellness services
Priority 2D: Outstanding Attendance:
Ensure outstanding attendance to support consistent in-class learning
Who We Are
Our five departments work collaboratively to provide integrated service delivery to all students according to need.
Black Student Achievment Program
Jeanique Wells and Wendy Cholico, Directors
We provide multi-tiered support to school communities to promote – and address barriers to the implementation of the social emotional learning and mental health and wellness components of the Black Student Achievement Plan (BSAP).
Pupil Services and Attendance
Elsy Rosado, Director
We provide multi-tiered support to school communities, families, and students to promote and address barriers to regular school attendance.
School Mental Health
Lakisha Johnson, Director
We provide multi-tiered support to school communities to promote – and address barriers to – mental health wellness.
Student Support Programs
Denise Miranda, Director
We provide specialized services to students in vulnerable populations with shared characteristics, i.e., youth in foster care, experiencing homelessness, involved in the juvenile justice system, others.
William Celestine, Director
We provide the navigation tools to help every child and family access school and community resources to achieve wellness.
Joel CisnerosAddress:333 S. Beaudry Ave., 29th FloorLos Angeles, CA 90017P: (213) 241-3848