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Student Assistance Counseling

What is the Student Assistance Counseling (SAC) Program?

The purpose of this program is to identify and help students experiencing difficulties within school due to a variety of problems. Students can meet with a Student Assistance Counselor to discuss any problems they may be dealing with, such as:

  • Alcohol or other drug issues
  • Changes or crises in your family - divorce, separation, death, illness
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Poor self-image or self-esteem
  • Troubles with friends or parents
  • Feeling sad or lonely
  • Pregnancy
  • Eating disorders
  • Academic problems – anxiety or motivation
  • ANY other issues