• ALWelcome to the Student Assistance Program & WCSU Mentoring Program

  • Ms. Annie Luke, MA, LADAC - Student Assistance Professional and Community Liaison

     

    Phone: (802) 457-1317 ext.1163

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    The Student Assistance Program aims to help students develop healthy coping skills, make positive lifestyle choices, and avoid substance abuse problems. Services are also provided for students whose lives have been affected by their own or someone else's use of alcohol and/or other drugs. Some students who use the program are not involved with substances, but are looking for help with a variety of other problems or concerns.

  • The Student Assistance Program: Provides services which operate within state and federal guidelines. Receives referrals from students, parents, faculty, coaches, peers, or community members. Works in collaboration with other community agencies. Works as part of the Educational Support System (EST meetings). Available to all students.

  • The Student Assistance Program:Helps students access appropriate treatment options. Provides aftercare support to students returning from treatment. Encourages non-users to resist substance use. Provides Teachers with the assistance necessary to respond to substance abuse issues in a timely manner.

  • The Student Assistance Program: Works in collaboration with teachers to provide in-classroom presentations. Works in collaboration with school counselors to provide lunch bunches and other groups to meet the needs of the students. Provides a student leadership groups VTLSP (Vermont Teen Leadership Safety Program) for the high school and VKAT’s (Vermont Kids Against Tobacco) for the middle school students.

  • Community Liaison: The WCSU Mentoring Program - Previously known as OCP's Mentor and Buddy Program, this WCSU-wide initiative strives to build positive intergenerational relationships between adult role models and students. The Community Liaison coordinates and supports all mentoring matches to achieve the WCSU's goal of helping young people to become successful, healthy and thriving adults and build meaningful relationships with local communities. Please contact me if you are interested in becoming a mentor, being mentored or simply to find out more information or click on this link:  WCSU Mentoring Program

     

 Resources and Alcohol/Drugs Information:  http://www.wuhsms.org/index.php/k2/teen-alcohol-substance-abuse-and-other-resources

Contact Us

WUHSMS
100 Amsden Way
Woodstock, Vermont 05091

  • High School: (802) 457- 1317
  • Middle School: (802) 457- 1330

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