Student Assistance Program
Mount Saint Joseph’s Student Assistance (SASJ) is a structured, organized, intervention program designed to identify and address students who might be troubled by physical, chemical, emotional, spiritual, familial and/or educational problems. It is designed to impact the entire school community by identifying and addressing students’ problems that manifest themselves in school.
All teachers, staff members, parents and students are encouraged to access SASJ if they are concerned about a student, friend, or family member. Students are encouraged to seek assistance in determining if unsatisfactory performances within the school community are a result of personal, familial, or social problems.
Referral forms should be completed and given to Mr. Dave Slafkosky. For more information, please contact Mrs. Nicole Kelley at email@example.com
Useful Links:SADD ResourcesSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration