Student Assistance Program

The Student Assistance Prevention-Intervention Services Program (SAPISP) is a comprehensive, integrated model of services that fosters safe school environments, promotes healthy childhood development and prevents alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse.
This program places Student Assistance Professionals in schools to provide Tier 1 universal prevention programs, and Tier 2 & 3 interventions and supports for students who are using or at-risk for using substances. The Student Assistance Program integrates perfectly into a multi-tiered system of support.

The Student Assistance Professional

  • Provides early alcohol and other drug prevention and intervention services to students and their families.

  • Assists in referrals to treatment providers.

  • Strengthens the transition back to school for students who have had problems of alcohol and other drug abuse.


Services 

  • Screening for high-risk behaviors.
  • One-on-one and group intervention services.
  • Consultation for parents and staff.
  • Referrals to community services.
  • Case management with school team.
  • School-wide prevention activities.
  • Professional consultation services.
  • Informational workshops for parents, school staff, and community members.

 

Resources:

What Does a Student Assistance Professional Do? Click the link below and then select Program Documents.
https://www.k12.wa.us/student-success/health-safety/mental-social-behavioral-health/substance-use-prevention-intervention

 

Contacts:

                                                                         Griffin
                                                                         Mona Griffin

                                                                         Director
                                                                         (509) 789-3585
                                                                         rgriffin@esd101.net

Campbell 
Brittany Campbell

Assistant Director
(509) 789-3533
bcampbell@esd101.net