Below you can learn more about CHOC and their contributions to the RESET Toolbox. While these trainings are no longer available through the RESET Toolbox, you can find more information about their current services at https://www.choc.org/.
Illness or injury shouldn’t put childhood on pause. That’s why CHOC has built a growing pediatric healthcare community of premier facilities and compassionate experts focused on keeping kids happy and healthy.
Children and families in the region have access to CHOC’s hospital campuses in Orange and Mission Viejo, as well as many primary and specialty care centers, more than 100 programs and services, and four centers of excellence: The CHOC Heart, Neuroscience, Orthopaedic and Hyundai Cancer Institutes.
The Research Institute at CHOC offers access to clinical trials that can’t be found anywhere else. There, scientists translate the latest advances to meet the individual needs of patients at each stage of their lives.
CHOC’s commitment to pediatric mental health includes an inpatient center that is the only facility in the region to offer specialty programming for children ages 3 to 12, and outpatient services.
Contributions to the RESET Toolbox:
- School Based Coping Skills
- School Staff Training: Trauma-Informed Care
- Parent Presentation: How to Navigate COVID-19 Social Anxiety
- Anxiety, Depression, and the impact of COVID-19
- Building Resiliency in Youth
- Trauma Informed Care Training
- The CHOC Psychiatric Consultation Line for Schools
- Suicide Prevention Asking the Question Training and Crisis Line
- School Re-entry Program
We are so grateful for the Children’s Hospital of Orange County’s (CHOC) benevolent contributions to the RESET Toolbox. The resources and trainings that they provided have created an impact in the lives of many in the Orange County Community. With the support of CHOC, the Orange County Health Care Agency and our other partners, we have been able to serve and support thousands through the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic.
If you believe that you or a loved one is currently at high-risk, call 911 or immediately transport them to a hospital. Do not attempt to access emergency mental health care through this website.