Student Assistance Program

Welcome to NRHS Student Assistance Program


The Student Assistance Program is a confidential service that provides an on-site counselor who identify and assist students experiencing personal stressors that can impede their school performance, and negatively impact their social and emotional well-being.

Mental Health Counselors- Help individuals work through personal concerns or promote self-positivity. They provide therapy, assessment, diagnosis, substance abuse treatment, and crisis management.

Drug & Alcohol Counselors- Help educate and develop treatment plans for individuals to help them better cope with their struggles. Counselors seek to identify triggers through harm-reduction choices to decrease high-risk behaviors and increase appropriate coping strategies.

Counseling sessions take place during the school day; 1:1 or in a small group format.


How to make a referral?

Referrals are made by administrators, school counselors, teachers, parents/guardians and the student themselves directly to the SAP via phone call, email or stop in.


Discussion Topics:

Alcohol and/or Drug Misuse—personal, family, or friends

School, Friends, Family and/or Home Stressors

Mental Health Concerns and/or Diagnosis

Anger Concerns

Self-Esteem 

Community Resources

Crisis Management

Self-harming Behaviors

Behavior Processing

Community Resources

 

Confidentiality:

Disclosure of Certain Information - N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 135-C:19-a: Records and information relating to the mental health of an individual are confidential and privileged to the patient, and may only be disclosed in accordance with the statute. 

Treatment for Drug Abuse 318-B:12-a: Any minor 12 years of age or older may voluntarily submit himself to treatment for drug dependency, without consent from guardian but no reports or records or information contained therein shall be discoverable by the state in any criminal prosecution.

 

Ms. Kali Dore

kdore@sau4.org

744-6006 x1504


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