The East Windsor Regional School District provides counseling services in all our schools. It is our goal to help foster personal and social growth, assist in educational and career planning, and promote healthy decision making in order for students to reach their full potential in the future.
Community Resources for Families
|2nd Floor Youth Helpline||888-222-2228|
|Alcoholics Anonymous-Central Jersey Intergroup||609-298-7795|
|Anchor House Youth Shelter||609-396-8329|
|Crisis Ministry (Food & Housing)||609-921-2135|
|Disaster Distress Helpline||800-985-5990 or text 66746|
|Division of Child Protection & Permanency||877-652-2873|
|HiTops (Health Center & Support Groups)||609-683-5155|
|Mercer County Board of Social Services||609-989-4320|
|Mercer County Family Support Organization||609-586-1200|
|National Association of Mental Illness (NAMI)||609-799-8994|
|National Eating Disorders Association||800-931-2237|
|National Suicide Prevention Lifeline||800-273-8255|
|RISE-Community Services Partnership||609-443-4464|
|Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services 24/7 Referrals||800-662-4357|
|Womanspace (Domestic Violence)||609-984-9000|
Intervention Referral Services (I&RS)
The Intervention Referral Services (I&RS) Committee is a multidisciplinary school-based committee that assists educators to plan, deliver and monitor interventions to assist students who are experiencing learning, behavioral and/or health difficulties. Each school coordinates a system for planning and delivery of intervention and referral services designed to address the student’s needs. Parents or teachers can make referrals to the I&RS Committee.
The I&RS Committee discusses specific concerns, the implementation of prior interventions or modifications, and ways to further help the student. The committee develops an Action Plan that identifies the problem, determines objectives, outlines strategies to be implemented and sets a future date to review the effectiveness and outcome of the recommended interventions or modifications. The committee provides support and guidance to school staff who identify learning, behavioral and health difficulties. For further information please contact your school counselor.
Resources for Parents
Sleep is vital for students to perform their best- academically, sociallly and emotionally. Please see the links below for information on how to develop healthy sleeping habits.
Please follow the links below to access your child's school counselor and information.