The School Based Youth Services Program is funded by the Office for School-Linked Services (OSLS) and is managed by Hunterdon Behavioral Health. The School-Based Program’s offices are located in the grade-level counseling services areas.
The program provides a comprehensive set of services to students including counseling for issues such as anxiety, depression, self-image, and stress, recreational and drop-in programs, and referral and linkages to community services on an appointment-only basis.
Students may request an appointment and services are confidential. However, after the initial contact, a signed consent form from a parent is needed if services are to be ongoing. If issues are school-related, School-Based staff will work with students and school personnel to help resolve these problems.
Students must call 284-7117 to set up an appointment. Since the program is administered out of the Hunterdon Medical Center, it is available year-round and operates when school is closed. If a student wishes to be seen at the Hunterdon Medical Center, he or she may contact a counselor there by calling 788-6401.
Referrals to the program can be made by teachers, guidance counselors, nurses, parents, self, friends, etc. Please contact the School Based Youth Services Program at 788-6401 for further information or to make a referral.
Raritan Valley Community College announces Spring 2021 Perkins Grant Career Awareness Events. Students and parents can join virtual sessions for presentations on topics such as education pathways, income expectations, career outlook, job possibilities, and "a day in the life". Presenters will share demonstrations, classroom tours, and answer questions from students, parents, and educators. To view a list of the virtual sessions, and to access zoom meeting links for each session, please go to RVCC Career Awareness Events
Please click on the link to view new information on Advanced Placement (AP) Exams for 2021, including change in exam dates. AP Exam Information
Counseling Services is proud to release a Class of 2022 Video Library that provides more in-depth information on key aspects of the college planning process. Keep reading for more information and links.
Course selection and online scheduling for the 2021-2022 school year is scheduled to take place throughout the month of February 2021.
Detailed information on learning opportunities and course selections in every academic department is now available on Hunterdon Central's website. Please continue reading for detailed information and links.