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DATA Counseling Mission Statement

The DATA counseling team will provide a safe and nurturing learning environment and ensure a rigorous and academic path for each student. We will provide all students with equitable opportunities for growth in the academic, college and career, and social/ emotional domains. Through collaboration, leadership and advocacy, we will foster student development in overcoming adversity, valuing diversity and using resources to become independent and successful members of the community.

​DATA is a Magnet Middle School offering 21st Century curriculum including technology infused learning, project based learning, Visual Thinking Strategies, S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and thriving Art and Music Programs. Teachers align their Classroom Environments with Real World Environments emphasizing on: Critical Thinking & Problem Solving – Communication – Collaboration – Creativity & Innovation.

Emergency Resources

  • VCBH Mental Health Crisis Team:  (866) 998-2243
  • Helpline of Ventura County: 211
  • Interface: Children Family Services (Food, shelter, financial assistance, health, parenting and mental health services) 1-800-339-9597
  • Behavioral Health:

​           1-800-227-2345

  • California Youth Crisis Line:


  • Coalition to End Family Violence: 656-1111
  • Drug Help Line:

​           1-800-662-HELP

  • Child Protective Services (report abuse): 654-3200
  • Trevor lifeline: 866-488-7386
  • Suicide Prevention Lifeline:  1-800-273-8255

Personal Counseling & Health Services

  • Clinicas Ventura (Medical, Dental, Mental Health, Specialty Services): 805-647-6353    *Medi-Cal, Medi-Care accepted 
  • Aurora Vista del Mar Behavioral Heath Care: 1-800-207-9694 or 805-653-5158
  • VCBH STAR: 981-4233
  • Interface: Children Family Services: 1-800-339-9597
  • NAMI: National Alliance on Mental Illness: 805-641-2426
  • Alateen (Alcohol Intervention): 805-495-0270 or 805-656-7110
  • Alanon Family Groups (Family members whose lives are affected by the alcoholism of friends/family):