The Student Assistance Program provides assistance to all students who might be having school-related, personal, or family difficulties. Any student who might be encountering behavioral, social, and/ or emotional turmoil would benefit from seeking out assistance from the Student Assistance Counselor (SAC). Some common concerns include, but are not limited to the following:
- Alcohol/Drug Abuse
- Eating Disorders
- Difficult Peer Interactions
The Student Assistance Counselor interacts with students in both individual and group settings. The program offers prevention, education, intervention, referral services, and support to all students as well as their families.