An Academic and Mental Health Partnership
Launching Fall 2015
Serving a Variety of Students
- Students at-risk of dropping out as a result of mental health needs.
- Students who are chronically placed on homebound instruction for mental health reasons.
- Students with truancy charges resulting from mental health issues.
- Students in need of mental health services that do not meet the referral requirements for AEDY placement.
Students who may be transitioning to or from their regular school setting and a mental health hospital or acute partial hospitalization program.
Assessment of the appropriate level of supports and services, in collaboration with mental health staff.
- Coordination with local school district administrative, instructional, guidance, and support staff.
- Facilitation of academic programming needs using local district curriculum and/or online learning options for regular instruction, remediation, and/or credit recovery.
- Academic instruction based on district requirements leading to course credit completion and graduation.
- Embedded and integrated mental health counseling and therapeutic services.
Intensive support for students transitioning to or from mental health settings.
Tiered Service Options
Supportive itinerant academic and mental health services within the student's regular school setting.
- Coordination of mental health services & community agency services.
- Coordination of academic support services.
Facilitation of online learning options, if appropriate.
Short-term, site-based mental health services and rigorous academic programming.
For More Information
Regina Carpenter, Supervisor of Special Education
Dr. Caroline Tisot, Promise Program Coordinator