The superintendent shall award grants to a local educational agency or consortium to pay the costs of planning and operating, on behalf of one or more qualifying schools within the local educational agency or consortium, programs that provide support services to pupils and their families at or near the school, as follows:
(f) A local educational agency or consortium is eligible for a grant under this article, on behalf of one or more schools operated by the agency or consortium, if it demonstrates in its program plan that it:
(1) Will give priority for services provided under this chapter to pupils from low-income families.
(2) Will assist families in responding to support services needs of pupils.
(3) Has established the local agency collaboration process described in Article 4 (commencing with Section 8806), including a mechanism for sharing governance with cooperating agencies and entities, and for integrating or redirecting existing resources and other school support services.
(4) Has submitted or is submitting an application to the State Department of Education and the State Department of Health Services for certification as a Medi-Cal provider, pursuant to Section 14000, and following, of the Welfare and Institutions Code.
(5) Involves parents or guardians and teachers in the process of identifying pupils' service needs and in the planning for and provision of support services.
(g) For purposes of this chapter, support services shall include case-managed health, mental health, social, and academic support services benefiting children and their families, and may include, but are not limited to:
(2) Mental health services, including primary prevention, crisis intervention, assessments, and referrals, and training for teachers in the detection of mental health problems.