• What is SAP? (Student Assistance Program)

    SAP is a process that helps students who are experiencing problems that interfere with learning, such as:

    • depression,
    • emotional difficulties,
    • peer conflict,
    • alcohol,
    • tobacco, and
    • other drugs.

    Students are connected to existing services and/or community resources for help.

    How Are Students Referred to the SAP?
    • Students can be referred by fellow students, staff, parents, community members, and self. 
    • All referrals are kept strictly confidential. 
    • Contact a counselor, a SAP team member, or refer online
    • Forms are also available outside of the School Counseling Office, the Nurses' Office, or the Athletic Office

    IF YOU ARE MAKING THIS REFERRAL AFTER SCHOOL HOURS OR ON A WEEKEND OR HOLIDAY, PLEASE ALSO UTILIZE THE SAFE2SAY SYSTEM  (SAFE2SAYPA.org or call 1-844-SAF2SAY) OR CALL 911 IF THIS IS AN EMERGENCY.

  • Benefits of SAP

  • What Types of Problems Should I Refer?

  • What Happens after a SAP Referral?

  • Informational Resources/Hotlines