School Intervention Program (SCIP)
What Is the School Intervention Program?
The School Intervention Program (SCIP) was designed to help at-risk children and teens who exhibit multiple behavioral, emotional and/or social problems. Individuals under the age of 21 are eligible.
SCIP offers support when the individual’s issues interfere with:
- School attendance
- Academic performance
- Social interactions with peers or authority figures within the school setting
Help for Mental or Behavioral Health Is Available in All Suffolk Public Schools
SCIP is different from some other programs for youth, in that it’s available directly through your child’s school. This gives students and parents direct access to helpful services and eliminates common barriers to care, like scheduling and transportation. SCIP is currently available in all Suffolk public schools.
What Services Does SCIP Provide?
Case management provides long-term rehabilitation services, designed to link individuals with care options, as well as monitor and advocate for them throughout the care system
Outpatient counseling through SCIP is done in the school. This way, parents don’t have to disrupt their schedules or drive to appointments
Referrals To Other Community-Based Partnerships
We can connect students that might have behavioral or mental health challenges with private providers in the community that offer therapeutic day treatment.
Even if you’re uninsured or underinsured, you can still access therapeutic group services.
Getting Behavioral Health Help for Your Child or Teen Is Easier Than You Think
When your child is struggling at school, you can get them help, and it’s easier than you might think. SCIP is available in all Suffolk public schools and can give your child the support and resources they need to excel in school and in the community.
If you think SCIP can help your child, give us a call at 757-758-5106 or reach out online to ask how to get started.
Substance Abuse Services
Who We Are
Western Tidewater CSB is the leading authority in mental health and developmental services in Franklin, Suffolk, Isle of Wight County, and Southampton County. Learn more about what truly sets us apart.