• SAP
     

    Student Assistance Program


    Student Assistance Programs are mandated by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Professional staff in all secondary schools within Central Bucks School District volunteer to be part of a team to assist individuals in gaining access and support from resources outside of the school setting. Anyone having a concern about a student can refer a student to this program. A referral can be made confidentially by contacting the school counselor of any grade level or completing a referral form located in any of the house offices. The team is here for support and is not part of any discipline process. Our efforts are genuine, and our goal is to be proactive so that all students can experience success.

     


    LIST OF COMMUNITY AGENCIES:


    The following is just a small list of help available for parents. Please refer to the blue pages of your telephone directory for a comprehensive listing of available human services.


    Substance Abuse

    • Alcoholics Anonymous Twelve Keys, Club Hot Line, 215-788-9920

    • Bucks County Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, 215-230-8218

    • Today Inc., 215-968-4713

    • Aldie Counseling Center, 215-345-8530

    • Youth Services of Bucks Co. Drug Testing for Central Bucks, 215-343-7800 ext. 3002

     

    Children & Family Services

     

    • Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Bucks Co., 215-343-8260

    • Bucks County Children & Youth Social Service Agency, 215-348-6900

    • Childline & Abuse Registry, 800-932-0313

    • Runaway Hotline, 800-231-6946

    • Youth Services of Bucks County, 215-343-7800

    • Community Service Foundation of Central Bucks, 215-257-4131


    Mental Health Services

    • American Anorexia/Bulimia Association, 215-221-1864

    • Bucks County Department of Mental Health & Mental Retardation, 215-442-0760

    • Lenape Valley Foundation, 215-345-5300 (24 hour crisis - 215-345-5327)

    • Suicide & Crisis Intervention Service, 215-686-4420