School-Based Programs

Bringing treatment and prevention to schools

Ridgeview is pleased to offer school-based therapy in our service area. These programs are on the leading edge of creating trauma-informed schools and promoting resilience and healthy brain development for our youth.

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When Should You Seek Help For Your Child?

Sometimes when children act out, it may be a sign that professional help is needed. Some of these signs include:

  1. Class or school attendance issues
  2. Dramatic drop in student grades
  3. Prolonged sadness
  4. Difficulty sleeping
  5. Aggressive or violent outbursts
  6. Social withdrawal
  7. Frequent student suspensions or disciplinary referrals.

If you are concerned about your child’s behavior or mental wellness, consult a professional today. In many cases we can offer same day service.

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Our School Based Programs

STAR (Students Together Advancing Resilience)

Provides outpatient therapy services to students within the school setting.

SBBHL (School Based Behavioral Health Liaisons)

Provides prevention and therapy services for children and youth as well as training and education for school staff.

Amazing Discoveries

A middle and high school-based prevention program for youth at risk for developing alcohol and/or drug problems.

Project BASIC

A school-based program funded by the Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities to address mental health education, prevention, and early intervention in kindergarten through third grade at Claxton Elementary School in Anderson County.