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Laureen Caggiano -SAC
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ext. 1422
Kelly Sturdivant - 8th Grade
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Stephanie Riis, Guidance-7th Grade
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Kareem Spence, Guidance 6th Grade 
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A resource guide for people in all of Atlantic County NJ 2019-2020
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Don't be AFRAID to ask for help!
Suicide Hotline ~800-784-2433
Second Floor Youth helpline ~888-222-2228
Gay, lesbian, Bi-Sexual & Transgender national Hot Line ~888-843-4565
Domestic Violence Hotline~800-572-SAFE(7223)
Covenant House of Atlantic City ~609-348-4070
National Human Trafficking Hotline ~888-373-7888
Crisis Call center !800-273-8255 or text ANSWER to 839863
Psychiatric Intervention Program (PIP) ~609-344-1118
Rape, Abuse, and Incest national network ~800-656 HOPE (4673)

For on- going, intensive support for various personal-social issues, please contact one of the agencies below.


NJ Self-Help Clearinghouse. If you are seeking ANY TYPE of community SUPPORT GROUP, you have check this out. 1-800-FOR-MASH or

2NDFLOOR- The NJ Youth Hotline. Designed to promote healthy youth development  by providing immediate, empathetic, and respectful assistance in a myriad of social and health needs. 1-888-222-2228 and

 Cape Counseling Services. Prepared to meet the ever changing needs of the behavioral healthcare industry and the individuals struggling with the everyday challenges of their lives.

 The Alcove. It's mission is to provide a safe place where children and their families who are grieving the death of a loved one can receive comfort and support through the healing process.

 ACFSO.  Atlantic Cape Family Support Organization supports, educates and advocates for families in Atlantic and Cape May Counties who have children in crisis struggling with emotional and behavioral challenges.

 S.A.F.E Alternatives.  Self Abuse Finally Ends is a nationally recognized treatment approach, professional network, and educational resource base, which is committed to helping you and others achieve an end to self-injurious behavior.

Did you know that teens abuse prescription drugs more than any illicit street drug except marijuana? (2006 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, SAMHSA, September 2007).  Check out the services below to help manage your addictions and substance abuse.

 New Jersey At-Anon  & Alateen:
Above the Influence:
New Jersey Prevention Network: Overeaters Anonymous:
Addictions Hotline of NJ:
Substance Abuse Treatment Facility Locator:
Parents. The Anti-drug:
NIDA (Nat'/ Institute for Drug Abuse) for Teens:

Did you know that one of every ten teens may be gay, lesbian, bi or transsexual? (KinseyReport).  Check out the sites below for more information and support.

 Building Healthy Relationships:
Understanding Your Gay Teen:
The Safe Schools Coalition:
National Association of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, & Transgender Youth:www.outproud.orgSex, etc:

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