Student Assistance Program
Our Student Assistance Program is designed to help students succeed in their education by providing support outside of the classroom. Our goal is to help students maximize their potential through the right insights and support from a multi-disciplinary staff that includes doctors, licensed clinical social workers and mental health specialists.
Helping students succeed in their education can mean providing some assistance outside of the classroom, too. When a student is overwhelmed, stressed – or even just distracted – by personal or lifestyle situations, they can’t perform to their fullest potential.
33% of college students felt so depressed in the last 12 months that it was difficult to function. That includes not being able to attend class and fulfill in and out of classroom obligations. Reports show that 1 in 4 college-aged student currently live with a diagnosable mental illness. Those are startling numbers that show a trend of students suffering from issues that could be resolved with outside help and resource. Although most college have counseling centers, there has been a 30% increase of college students seeking help, although enrollment has only grown bt 5%. This has led to unresolved cases, students that fall out of mental health care and issues continuing to thrive.
How can AllOne Health Student Assistance program provide a solution?
AllOne Health will consult with you to examine the specific nature of your student body and institution, and create a customized program that fits your culture and your budget. We want to work in conjunction with your current counseling efforts and provide 24/7/265 telephone, onsite, texting and video counseling options.
Common areas of support that our SAP includes:
- Managing emotional & school-related stress
- Marital & family tension
- Difficulty with relationships
- Substance abuse problems
- Child and Elder care
- Budget & debt counseling
- New parent consultation
- Death or loss
- Difficulty adjusting to a new culture