We help schools get stronger
For those of us working in school settings, it’s harder than ever to navigate the complex and growing need for readily available student mental health treatment. We are seeing a continuous rise in anxiety, depression, school refusal, suicide, and other student mental health issues.
Parents, teachers, and community stakeholders increasingly expect school professionals to take the lead in addressing these mental health issues with school-based services. When schools actively address mental wellness and social-emotional learning, the entire community benefits through improved academics, increased attendance, and decreased behavioral incidents.
Thrive partners directly with your school to provide the appropriate services based on the needs of your students, staff, and families:
- Counseling services, including individual, family, and group counseling for students struggling with mental health issues.
- Staff training and coaching to give your teachers, school psychologists and other staff members the knowledge and resources they need to provide mental health support in your district.
- Mental health workshops to help your staff, students, and families learn more about mental health issues.
Our mental health support programs deliver measurable results.
What parents & students say about Thrive programs
With the support of the lead counselor in your program, our daughter had a lifeline, a confidante- someone she could trust who could be there for her. This brought such comfort to our family in knowing she was there for her. The care Thrive provided for her was necessary for our daughter to remain at school.
Resiliency is a unique and remarkable trait for one to attain. It can take a lifetime for many, but for most, this usually comes during our adult years. Thrive’s work with our daughter has helped her gain this much treasured trait and for that we are truly grateful.
Your program played a big part in helping our child gain confidence, graceful restraint in adversity, and such maturity and dignity- something we have been graced to witness.
Since we started our sessions together in September, I have seen tremendous improvement in myself when it comes to mental health. My counselor’s guidance and support have been integral and imperative for me as I transition to college next fall.
What school administrators say about Thrive programs
Thrive helps school districts build stronger relationships with families, be proactive in student services, lower repeat risk assessment, reduce school avoidance concerns, and reduce out-of-district placement needs. If your district is ready to consider a new approach, build new communication strategies, and embrace possibility, I strongly recommend adding Thrive services.
Janet Cash, Director Of Special Services And Counseling, Franklin Lakes School District
When I reflect on my career, having Thrive here in our district has made a huge impact. So many kids would’ve been lost. Those are the kids we’ve helped. Those are the kids who have gotten to change. Those are the kids who now have a sense of hope.
Robert Ferullo, Principal, Weehawken School District