Middle School Comprehensive Program
What is this service?
The Middle School Comprehensive project is an integrated collaboration between the Behavioral Health Department, schools, and community based organizations. This program aims to promote emotional wellness and identify students that may be in need of helping services.
These services include counseling, family support and youth development opportunities. These services are provided on middle school campuses in participating districts.
Behavioral Health counselors help students who are dealing with a variety of personal problems, including those related to conflict with others, depression, anxiety, grief, recent life changes, alcohol and/or drug use, etc. The LINK 's Family Advocates provide direct contact with families, advocating within the school system and throughout the social services network, across social, cultural and economic boundaries. The youth development program, Friday Night Live, builds partnerships for positive and healthy youth development, which engage youth as active leaders and resources in their communities.
For more information, please contact us at (805) 781-4754