Student Assistance Program

The Student Assistance Program (SAP) is comprised of teachers, guidance counselors, the school nurse, a building administrator, and outside consultants. The team works together to help students who are “at-risk” of not succeeding in school.

All SAP team members have received training that enables them to identify and intervene with students who are “at-risk” for substance abuse, depression, suicide, eating disorders, and/or other emotional concerns. “At-risk” students can be referred to the SAP team by teachers, guidance counselors, administrators, classmates, or parents. Students can also refer themselves.

At the start of each school year, students are informed of the SAP process through the participation in an introductory lesson taught by a SAP team member. The Student Assistance Team offers a variety of Student Support Groups and an in-school Mentoring Program. In addition, the SAP team also provides Drug and Alcohol Assessments and Mental Health Assessments as needed with parental permission.

Please contact a SAP team member for more information:

7th Grade - Mrs. Jennifer Rinehimer at (610)705-6066 or jrine@spring-ford.net

Helpful Links

Announcements:

Local Resource for Loss:
The Center for Loss & Bereavement in Skippack is offering support groups and other services for students and families who have experienced a loss. Please click HERE for a flyer with all available services.

Parent Resource
Partnership for Drug-Free Kids offers this parent resource to help talk about marijuana in a meaningful way. Research shows that 41% of marijuana users report initiating use before age 15, making early parental involvement especially important. Download a free copy of the Marijuana Talk Kit HERE

The Other Faces of Addiction
When the World says: Give up, Hope whispers: Try it one more time. Please join us for this workshop if you love someone with addiction. Click HERE for flyer.

Teen Dating Violence
Teen dating violence is a major issue today in our country as well as right here in our Spring-Ford community. Members of the Community Partners Against Abuse (CPAA) committee of the TriCounty Community Network (TCN) are trying to raise awareness of this issue in our community. Please click here for a helpful flyer.

Girls Matter!
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is launching a webinar series addressing adolescent girls' behavioral health called "Girls Matter!" Webinars will be held in March and April. Please click HERE to REGISTER.

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