• The Student Assistance Program (SAP)
    If you are, or someone you know is: 
    • often sad, angry, or anxious
    • using drugs or alcohol or being affected by a family member's use
    • getting poor grades at school
    • suffering from verbal, sexual, or physical abuse
    • thinking about running away from home or already has
    • thinking about hurting yourself/themselves or already has
    • struggling with emotional or mental health
    SAP can help.    
    Mount Nittany Middle School has a group of specially trained staff dedicated to helping students who are having problems in or out of school. 
    or talk to a teacher, counselor, administrator, staff member, or any other adult who can help you contact the counseling office.
    MNMS SAP team: 
    For information or help, contact any of the people below:
    Heidi Arruda
    Nurse haa14@scasd.org
    Linda Brown   Counselor lsb11@scasd.org
    Lorraine Howley Teacher (room 246) lgh12@scasd.org
    Brian Ishler
    Principal bhi12@scasd.org
    Jennifer Kauffman
    Counseling Secretary jak35@scasd.org
    Mardi McDonough
    Teacher (room 148) mam11@scasd.org
    Jamie Muscarella Teacher (room 114) jxm39@scasd.org
    Doug Romig Counselor dtr12@scasd.org
    Alex Raup Assistant Principal adr25@scasd.org
    Cindy Sergeon Home School Visitor ces31@scasd.org
    Amy Sliman Teacher (room 150) ams81@scasd.org
    Alison Turley Counselor  amt25@scasd.org
    Do you need to talk now? 

    Hot Lines

    CAN HELP (Centre County) 24 hour Hot Line:    1-800-643-5432

    Centre Helps Community Help Center 24 hour Hot Line:    814-237-5855

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK

    Crisis Text Line: Text 741-741   


    Drug and Alcohol Treatment

    Clear Concepts    355-7629

    Counseling Alternatives    231-0940

    Quest    342-1515 or 357-5953


    General Information

    Centre County MH/MR D&A (Base Service Unit 8:30-5:00) 355-6786


Last Modified on December 28, 2019