• STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

    Who cares about you?
    We do!
     
    S.A.P. is a program to help students who are having problems in or out of school due to drugs, alcohol, or mental health concerns.
    S.A.P. is CONFIDENTIAL and is NOT disciplinary.
    Real friends help -- be a real friend.
     
    If you know someone who is:
    often sad or angry;
    dieting all the time;
    negatively affected by drugs and alcohol.
     
    3 Different Ways You Can Help a Friend:
    • Tell an adult (teacher, counselor, administrator, staff member, parent or respected community member) who will make the S.A.P. referral.
    • Make an anonymous S.A.P. referral (drop a note in the box in the office).
    • Encourage the student to make a self-referral.
    Frequently Asked Questions:
     
    Who finds out? Only a small group of specially trained and concerned teachers, counselors and administrators.
    How do I know if my friend gets help? You won't unless he/she tells you -- it's confidential.
    How much does it cost? Nothing -- it's FREE.
    Do their parents find out? Usually. By law, we are required to share only the facts.
    Will my friend know who referred him/her? No, it stays anonymous.
    Will my friend get in trouble? No, S.A.P. is here to help.
     
    Contact:
     
     
    To view and print a S.A.P. Referral Form, click the link to open the form in Adobe Reader.
Last Modified on September 8, 2016