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Welcome to the Student Assistance Program!

Teegan Deuso, M.Ed.
Student Assistance Program Counselor
Enosburg Falls Middle and High School
Phone: 802-933-7778 ext. 107 
Email: tdeuso@enosburgk12.net
 The goal of the Student Assistance Program at E.F.M.H.S. is to offer students, parents, staff, and community members ways to improve their overall well-being.  The S.A.P. offers individual meetings, support groups, wellness activities, peer support (students supporting students), community service opportunities, wellness education, and substance abuse counseling screening and referral.
The S.A.P. is a place for open conversations, support, community empowerment, judgement-free listening, and an inclusive, positive environment. 
Are you concerned about a friend (or yourself)?
  • Rapid decline in grades
  • Concerns mental health
  • Concerns about substance use (blackouts, risky sexual behavior, or reliance on or use of cigarettes, marijuana, or other substances)
  • Loss of interest in activities
  • School absences 
  • New set of friends
  • Decreased immunity - sick more often
  • Drastic weight loss or gain
  • Bloodshot eyes, dull or glassy, dilated or constricted
  • Borrowing money
  • Mood swings
  • Secrecy, dishonesty, excuses, defensiveness
  • Withdrawal from friends and family
  • Anger and/or defiance
  • Threats of self-harm or suicide  
We are here to help!  Referrals are confidential (your friend will not be told who referred them) and can get your friend (or yourself) the help you need.  Stop in anytime! 
If you have an immediate safety concern about someone's (or your own) mental health, please report it.  It could save a life.
Suicide Intervention:  
  If in immediate danger, call 911
or call:
   NCSS 24-hour crisis hotline: 802-542-6554
          VT Suicide Prevention: TEXT 741741  or call 1-800-273-8255
The Student Assistance Program at E.F.M.H.S. offers the following programming:
-Peer Support: 
Coming January 2018! 
Peer support is a student-led and student-operated support system!  Students will be trained to be peer supporters who are available when you need someone to talk to.  Larger concerns will be referral to an adult counselor. 
If you are interested in becoming a peer supporter, please contact the S.A.P. Counselor, Teegan Deuso.
Check back soon for more updates!
-Our Voices Exposed (OVX):
A student-led tobacco prevention group.
-Youth Risk Behavior Survey Leadership Team:
Students are selected to join a Supervisory Union-wide team to analyze the Youth Risk Behavior Survey data and develop an action plan to make positive changes in our community. 
-G.L.O.W. :
An all-inclusive support group for L.G.B.T.Q.+ and ally students!
Be an Ally!

"You have the opportunity to be an ally and a friend at home, school, and work. A straight ally can merely be someone who is supportive and accepts the LGBT person, or a straight ally can be someone who personally advocates for equal rights and fair treatment.

Allies are some of the most effective and powerful voices of the LGBT movement. Not only do allies help people in the coming-out process, they also help others understand the importance of equality, fairness, acceptance and mutual respect." 

-Franklin Grand Isle Teen Institute:
Students can apply to attend a week-long summer camp where they develop peer leadership skills that they can use to make a lasting impact on their schools!
-"Friends" Groups:
An open, confidential support group for students who are experiencing challenges around a friend or family member abusing substances.
-Not On Tobacco:  
Tobacco cessation groups for students who are trying to quit (or reduce) smoking cigarettes. 
-Stress Reduction, Healthy Relationships, and Coping Skill Groups
The wellness club meets every morning before school at 7: 45 in the S.A.P. office and does wellness activities! 
The Wellness Club begins on September 5th, 2017.
Wellness activity calendar is posted outside of the S.A.P. door.  Be sure to check the calendar for sign-ups and updates!
Franklin County Resources (in progress-- check back for more or call the school counseling office!): 
211: Call for information on any resource, at anytime, from anywhere, in Vermont! 
Samaritan House St. Albans: 802-527-0847
               Champlain Valley Housing Trust: 802-527-2373
3 Squares VT 802-477-4136 
          Enosburg Food Shelf: 802-933-4193, open Thursdays 10-4 @ the Enosburg Falls Masonic Hall
Domestic or Dating Violence:  
Voices Against Violence: 24-hour crisis hotline: 802-524-6575 
LGBTQ Community:  
Outright Vermont: 802-865-9677, info@outright.org 
Suicide Intervention:  
If in immediate danger, dial 911. 
        NCSS 24-hour crisis hotline: 802-542-6554
                 VT Suicide Prevention: TEXT 741741  or call 1-800-273-8255
Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity: 802-527-7392
Parenting Resources:
Franklin County Caring Communities
 Prevent Child Abuse Vermont: 

Substance Use:
Turning Point 802-782-8454, contact@turningpointfranklincounty.org