S.A.P. or Student Assistance Program is a nationwide program designed to help students who are at risk. At varying times during all of our lives we have been depressed, struggled with fitting in, and may have even thought about experimenting with a controlled substances. It is at this point that a team of trained concerned professionals can lend a helping hand in a non-punitive manner. Many times the services provided are free of any charges.
There are four phases to the student assistance process:
Intervention and Recommendations - The plan is put into action. The team assists in linking the student to in-school and/or community-based services and activities. The team might recommend a drug and alcohol or mental health assessment.
Last Modified on August 25, 2011