Student Assistance Counselors

Student Assistant Counselors (SACs) provide support and confidential counseling for students and families when social, emotional or mental health issues affect a student's school experience, including those related to alcohol and drugs, depression, anxiety, family and friend issues, and other stressors. SACs can help students and families find appropriate community resources, such as rehabilitation and treatment facilities, when required.

Referrals can be made by the students themselves, staff, parents or other concerned individuals and should be directed to one of the SACs listed on the right side of this webpage.

Must Watch Video:
Opioid Town Hall Meeting

The Hunterdon County Prosecutor's Office hosted a Town Hall Meeting on the opioid crisis. Speakers included New Jersey Attorney General Grubir Grewal, Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns III, Chief of Detectives Frank R. Crisologo, Lesley Gabel from Hunterdon Prevention Resources and community members whose lives have been affected by opioid addiction.

We urge all parents and community members to watch this powerful presentation. Please on the link to watch the video.

Crisis Resources:

2NDFLOOR is a confidential and anonymous helpline for New Jersey's youth and young adults. They can help find solutions to the problems that teenagers face at home, at school or at play.

If you're between the ages of 10 and 24, live in New Jersey, and need to talk about an issue or problem, help for any of your concerns is available 24/7 - call 888-222-2228 anytime or text 888-222-2228.

You can also go to 2nd Floor's Website for more information.

If you have concerns about particular issues, the links provided on the right side of this webpage can provide resources, information and help.

Suicide Resources:

Hunterdon Central has prepared a resource page with information on teenage suicide and tools for parents/guardians. To see this resource page, please click on:

Adolescent Suicide- Information & Tools for HC Parents/Guardians

We also urge you to watch the following video of a presentation by George Scott on Raising Healthy Teenagers:


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