Student Assistance Program (SAP) is a school-based mental health/substance abuse program where counselors provide FREE, voluntary and confidential assessments, counseling and referral services to students and their families.
Student Assistance Counselors deliver evidence-based programs to prevent loss of life among youth, delay age of onset or first use, break the cycle of addiction in families, and improve access to services (prevention, treatment and recovery) through school and community partnerships.
“You helped me in a way that I couldn't help myself. I know I wouldn't have been able to pass high school without knowing you were always there if I ever needed someone to talk to.”
- 18 year old
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