Student and Family Assistance Program
Introducing BPA Health SFAP for MCS Students!
We know the last couple years have been hard on our students and their families. We became aware of this program and thought it would be a great service to offer our students. These services are available to our students and their families now!
If you find that you are in need of the services this program has to offer, please contact them! The services are completely confidential and you are eligible to receive up to 5 sessions per incident, per year for Free!
If you have any questions about the program please reach out to our school counselor, Milee Druffel: [email protected]
What is BPA Health SFAP?
- A student and family assistance program for enrolled students at MCS and their immediate families-parents/guardians and siblings under the age of 26 who are living in their house
- Free professional counseling for students and/or their family
- Completely confidential
- A valuable resource that allows the student to succeed in the classroom and life
What does BPA Health SFAP Cover?
The SFAP covers up to 5 sessions per incident, per year. Sessions may be utilized for professional counseling in the following areas: Student Life, Work, Legal or Financial needs. These clinicians specialize in Adolescent, Family and Adult counseling. Through the SFAP you will have access to providers in our area as well as telehealth doctors, both local and in outlying areas.
Crisis counselors are available via the 24/7 crisis hotline.
There is also a specialized BPA Health website that you will have access to that contains a wealth of health and wellness articles and resources for all aspects of life. You will also find legal forms, financial guidance and planning tools, online seminars and other valuable resources for families. Be sure to click the button on the right and check it out!
How to Access Services
BPA Health makes accessing services through the SFAP simple and easy for students and families of MCS. A quick phone call to BPA Health to initiate services is the first step: 833-935-3816
Students who are under the age of 18 must have a parent or legal guardian’s consent to access services before they can be authorized. The parent or legal guardian will contact BPA Health’s team to consent to services and the BPA Health team will take care of the rest including providing a referral to a counselor in the student’s area or to a counselor available for secure, confidential video counseling.
Here is the guidebook with more detailed information about how, when and why to use the program:
Log-in Information for SFAP Member Resources is School District: Moscow Charter School
Short Term, problem-focused
- Academic pressures
- Drug and alcohol issues
- Emotional: depression, anxiety, grief
- Anger management
- Adjusting to change
- Any personal problem
SFAP Monthly Seminar:
- Help students feel happier and more positive about themselves
- Teach students how handle situations that life throws their way
- Improve student academic performance and ability to stay present by removing barriers to community mental health and wellness resources
- Decrease stigma in accessing mental health care
- Early intervention and prevention of serious mental health events in schools