Student Assistance Program (SAP)
When schools, parents, students, or social service agencies recognize a student is at risk, they can make referral to our Student Assistance Program (SAP). SAP provides a Liaison who will work with the schools and that student.
We refer students to supports and services designed to help them overcome learning barriers, remain enrolled in school, and become successful citizens in the community. Services provided by SAP include:
- Screenings for mental health, drug, alcohol, and/or suicide concerns
- Referrals to community resources and guidance with accessing applicable services
- Prevention, intervention, and/or educational support groups
- Grief counseling and supports for students and staff following a traumatic event in the school or community
SAP, a requirement of all PA schools, was designed to assist parents and educators in helping students achieve a more successful school experience. SAP is a free and confidential support for all kindergarten through twelfth grade students.
A student can be referred by the core team (school personnel), parent, teacher, or a social service agency.
We will contact the child’s parent and/or guardian before conducting an assessment.
Check the county listing for the services available in your area.
Need Help? Call 844-360-4372
Call 844-360-4372 and speak to one of our Information and Referral specialists.
Information will be collected and an appointment will be scheduled if needed.
Follow up will be provided to make sure that you are getting the help you need.
Center for Community Resources is an integrated point of contact for individuals and families who are in need of referrals and resources; helping to navigate the human services system.