The Student Assistance Program (SAP) provides short-term education, prevention and intervention services to students K-12 to build life, social and coping skills.

Our top 5 contact reasons are Anger Management, Academic, Anxiety, Family and Relationship Issues.

The goal of SAP is to provide students the support they need and an opportunity to learn life skills so they may achieve greater success in school and in life.

Services are provided on school campuses by means of:

  1. Individual sessions
  2. Group sessions
  3. Classroom presentations
  4. Conflict mediations
  5. Community referrals

Individual sessions are typically 30-45 minutes in length. Student Assistance Program services are designed to be temporary and individual sessions are generally limited to one session per week for 6-8 weeks. This allows the provider to see more students throughout the year. Additionally, SAP services should not be considered therapy.  If a student ne