Student Assistance Program

The Student Assistance Program, a substance abuse prevention and intervention initiative funded by the United Way through a grant to Northeast Behavioral Health is a supportive resource available to any Beverly middle and high school student. The goal of this program is to minimize obstacles which may interfere with your ability to succeed in school. The Student Assistance Program is a strength-based, collaborative approach. The services provided include drop-in support, counseling services, prevention education, and assistance for outside services, as indicated. These services also include drug and alcohol prevention, education and intervention and a variety of mental health and wellness issues. A student may seek services for him/herself, be referred by their parent, a peer, the school or any other concerned individual. These services are provided confidentially and are completely voluntary. The program is provided and supervised by Northeast Behavioral Health through United Way funding. You may access this confidential service by speaking with your guidance or adjustment counselor.