About Student Support Services
The Department of Student Support Services manages Uplift Education’s wide array of wraparound support programs, mental health and social emotional learning (SEL) initiatives, and prevention efforts that contribute to the social-emotional health and well-being of all scholars and their families. The Department also oversees Scholar Discipline and Restorative Practices for Uplift Education's network of schools. The focus of Student Support Services is to offer a high quality school-based social-emotional experience for scholars, while also assisting families in accessing other social services and resources outside of the school setting which may help foster increased personal and/or family success. Services available through Uplift Education include professional counseling, prevention programming and guidance lessons, homeless/foster youth support and crisis response management. The department also implements trainings and other initiatives designed to enhance Social Emotional Learning (SEL) and prevent child abuse and neglect, teen dating violence, suicide and substance abuse, and bullying.
Click on any of the Student Support Service Program pages to the left to learn more.