SCHOOL BASED THERAPY

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If you're inspired by the positive impact our school-based therapy program has on the well-being and future of students, we urge you to be a catalyst for change. Your generous donation can be the cornerstone of brighter, healthier futures for countless young minds, making education a gateway to success, resilience, and happiness.

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Introduction

Us 2 Behavioral Health Care's mission is to reduce barriers of mental health care. We partner with Neenah Joint School District's HOPE Program and Appleton Area School District to provide short-term individual and group counseling services to students on school sites. Looking to refer a student today? Call us to schedule (920) 903-1060.

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"Us 2 therapists are able to work with children who are experiencing any number of mental health issues including anxiety, depression, behavioral concerns, grief & loss, family issues, ADHD, and trauma. Providing therapy at your child’s school has been found to increase the time students are in class learning while also allowing caregivers to spend less time taking their child away from school to drive them to counseling appointments. Having in school counseling has an added benefit in that the school and the counselor can have more frequent collaborations to help the child do better in school." --NJSD

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Neenah Joint Schools

Assigned Therapist '23-'24: Savanna Vue

Neenah Middle School

Assigned Therapist '23-'24: Rachele Watkins

Taft Elementary

Neenah High School

Assigned Therapist '23-'24: Ashley Thao

Tullar Elementary

Hoover Elementary

Alliance Charter School

Spring Road Elementary

Neenah Middle School

Assigned Therapist '23-'24: Pa Dra Lee

Lakeview Elementary

Clayton Elementary

Horace Mann Elementary

Coolidge Elementary

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Appleton Area Schools

Assigned Therapist '23-'24: Ashley Thao

Badger Elementary

Jefferson Elementary

Assigned Therapist '23-'24: Emma Tencate

McKinley Elementary

Huntley Elementary

Houdini Elementary

Highlands Elementary

Johnston Elementary

NJSD served
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AASD served
Students

22-23 SCHOOL YEAR RESULTS & STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS

In total, Us 2 served 365 students in NJSD and AASD altogether. Approximately 3,688 sessions were completed of which 698 sessions were Group Therapy.

Race or Ethnicity

American Indian or Alaskan Native
%
Asian
%
Biracial
%
Black or African American
%
Not disclosed
%
Hispanic or Latino
%
Unknown
%
White
%

LGBTQIA+

Bisexual
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Lesbian, Gay, Homosexual
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Pansexual
%
Not disclosed
%
Straight
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Unknown
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Income Level

Commercial
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Medicaid
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