Student Assistance Program
SAP is a systematic team process used to mobilize school resources to remove barriers to learning. It is designed to assist in identifying both mental and behavioral health issues that may impede a student’s success. The goal of SAP is to help students overcome these barriers so that they may achieve, advance, and remain in school.
Universal Screening can be conducted on all students in a school and/or classroom to identify potential mental or behavioral problems in youth. We developed and use the Behavioral Health Screen (BHS), a brief but comprehensive, web-based screening/assessment tool, which is a universal screener that provides an instant report profiling psychiatric syndromes as well as multiple risk behaviors and experiences.
Grant Writing Group
The Behavioral Health Learning Collaborative has started a group dedicated to grant work. You are welcome to participate whether you want to find state/federal funds for your own organization and/or work on collective grants with the Center for Family Intervention Science/Drexel University.