Brophy College Preparatory’s Student Assistance Program is an important resource in identifying and addressing students’ problems, manifested at school, that interfere with learning and/or are harmful to self or others. The program seeks to identify and assist students who might be troubled by physical, chemical, emotional, spiritual, sexual, familial and/or academic problems and is designed to support the entire school community — students, faculty and parents.
The goals are...
- To identify students in need.
- To intervene on their behalf at the earliest stages of dysfunctional behavior.
- To work cooperatively with parents and outside agencies, if necessary, to facilitate appropriate resolutions.
This program is available to all students. Students are encouraged to seek assistance in determining if their unsatisfactory performances within the school community are a result of personal, familial or social problems. Teachers, staff members, parents and students are encouraged to access this support structure if they are concerned about a student, friend or family member.
Referral forms are located at various on-campus locations or click the link on this page. Completed Assistance Referral Forms should be placed in one of the locked referral boxes, or may be mailed to Brophy in care of the Student Assistance Program. If you would like to speak personally with someone, please contact school counselor, Dr. Colleen Feeney Wilson, at 602-264-5291, ext. 6292.