The Intervention Counseling Program is a school-based process which utilizes a systematic approach to removing barriers which interfere with learning in students. Key elements of the Intervention Counseling Program are identification, screening, intervention, and support. The Intervention Counseling Program fosters collaboration between schools and communities by referring students for assessment and subsequent treatment, when necessary. The goals of this program are to help students achieve their fullest academic potential, improve school environment, foster risk reduction, build developmental assets, and to recognize and promote resiliency.To sign up to see the Intervention Counselor at Saginaw High School, go to the Counseling Office and fill out a counselor request form. The forms are located at the front desk. If you would rather, you may e-mail Ms. Johnson, firstname.lastname@example.org.Referral forms may be initiated by students, parents, teachers, or administrators.All referrals are confidential but parental involvement is encouraged in all levels of intervention.
Hotline Phone Numbers for Parents and Student
Child Abuse Reporting Hotline
Covenant House Referral
Friends of the Family Inc. Crisis Line
National Domestic Violence / Abuse Hotline
National Suicide Hotline
Self Injury / Self Mutilation
Texas HIV / STD Info Line
Texas Runaway Hotline
Texas Underage Drinking Hotline
Warmline (Gives advice, guidance and referrals to parents / caregivers)
United Way Resource Line
Information for Teens
Information for ParentsSee the EMS ISD Community Resources page for more resources.EMS ISD is not responsible for the content of sites hosted on outside webservers.