Student Assistance Program

Student Assistance Program

Student Assistance Program

The SAP (Student Assistance Program) Team works with students, parents and teachers to identify issues, including alcohol, drugs and others, which pose a barrier to a student’s learning and school success. Teachers, parents and students who observe problem behavior in a student are encouraged to reach out to a SAP team member and submit a referral. All referrals are confidential and once one has been made, the SAP team will work together to gather information, consult with the parent and student and make recommendations for additional support. The SAP team is not a treatment program nor does it diagnosis problems, although we may refer students to outside assessment and treatment programs.


Do You See Your Child Showing Any of These Behaviors?

  • Withdrawing from family, friends and/or school
  • Changing friends; no longer spends time with old friends
  • Unexplained physical injuries
  • Talking about suicide
  • Depressed
  • Defying authority, both at home and at school
  • Acting aggressively
  • Lying
  • Needing money without an explanation
  • Sudden drop in grades
  • Experimenting with drugs or alcohol

Are you concerned about your Child’s reaction to:

  • Recent death of a loved one
  • Divorce of parents
  • Family relocation
  • A relationship problem
  • Other traumatic event

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