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Counseling Parterships

Second Step Lessons Provided by Delphi Rise (Tom Weaver)
We partner with Delphi Rise to teach Second Step Social Emotional Lessons to fulfill SEL requirements by New York State. The four core units taught at all grades K-2 include: Skills for Learning, Empathy, Problem Solving, and Communication. Weekly classroom lessons focus on fostering increased self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationships, and decision-making skills.

Erin's Law Lessons Provided by Bivona Staff
We partner with the Bivona Child Advocacy Center to teach the Erin's Law lessons that are required by New York State. This law requires public schools to teach child sexual abuse and exploitation prevention classes to students in kindergarten through eighth grade. Attached below is information regarding what will be taught, as well as resources for parents to use with their students at home.

School Based Agency Partnerships
Our partner agencies provide student counseling services at our school in child friendly offices during the school day and help us to support student needs. These valuable partner agencies provide student counseling services during the school day which removes concerns for missed school time, travel to agency locations, and scheduling challenges. These agencies can also provide family support. Communication to parents/guardians can be done in person, virtually, and by phone. 

Catholic Charities of Wayne County
Catholic Charities of Wayne County has a satellite office within our school, staffed with two Licensed Mental Health Counselors. Referrals can be made by your school counselor or school psychologist.

Families and Communities Together (FACT)
FACT provides our school with a family advocate to support families. Referrals can be made by your school counselor or school psychologist.

Wayne Behavioral Health Network
The Wayne County Department of Mental Health and Wayne Behavioral Health Network (WBHN) operates outpatient mental health and addiction treatment programs and support services through its clinics, and delivered by professional staff who are able to provide counseling, psychotherapy, medication assessment and management, individual and group interventions for emotional, interpersonal relationships, and psychiatric or substance use difficulties, which can have a negative impact on and individuals activities of daily life. 

Our staff is comprised of licensed psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric nurse practitioners, clinical social workers, mental health counselors, alcohol & substance abuse counselors, registered professional nurses, care managers, and certified peers.  Treatment is tailored to an individual’s unique needs.