Parental interventions regarding mental health needs and counseling play an important role in their children's mental health as it prevents their children's mental health with symptoms such as anxiety, depression, school closings, and a reduction in social connection. This study used the descriptive correlation method. This study mainly looked at the relationship between parental interventions and the mental health of the students of sixth-grade parents from the southern district of Datu Paglas. The respondents were 72 class parents. According to the data collected, the results showed that there is no significant relationship. between parental interventions and student mental health. The results also showed that parents' individual perceptions of the situation, and in particular the difficulty for them to cope with the many pressures caused by the pandemic, were linked to a significant degree with the parental and mental stress of children's problems and effects on the psychological and emotional problems of children through the mediating role of parental interventions. Parents took care of their children's learning and had time for themselves, their partner, their children, and the activities they had been doing before the pandemic.