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Resources

To maximize the impact of their work, Student Assistance Teams need information on and links to a variety of services available to meet the individual needs of the students they serve. Students receiving services through SAT frequently have problems with multiple roots. It is imperative that SATs and their members develop knowledge and contacts from which they can access the most appropriate and effective services for each student. The following information is intended to as a sampling of background information that may be of assistance to teams to develop a working list of resources from which they may draw to meet the needs of the students in their school.

Professional Resources

Annie E. Casey Foundation

www.aecf.org

Coordinating School Health Programs

www.mainecshp.com

Institute for the Study of Students At Risk

www.ume.maine.edu/cofed/research/atrisk

Maine Character Education

www.maine.gov/education/cep/homepage.htm

Maine CITE

www.MaineCITE.org

Maine Parent Federation

parentsconnect@mpf.org

National Association of Student Assistance Professionals

www.nasap.org

National Center for Student Aspirations College of Education and Human Development, University of Maine, Orono

National Head Start Association

www.nhsa.org

National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty

www.nlchp.org

Office of Substance Abuse www.state.me.us.dmhmrsa/osa

Peace Studies Program, University of Maine

Kathryn.gaianguest@umit.maine.edu

   

Resiliency In Action

www.resiliency.com

   
   
   

Student Services / Programs

Al-Anon / Alateen

www.al-anon.alateen.org

Boys and Girls Clubs of America

www.ncl.org/anr/partners/bgca.htm

Camp Kieve’s Leadership Decisions Institute

LDI@kieve.org

Title One Programs (reading / math)

Individual School / District

Upward Bound

 

School Based Resources

Advisor / Advisee

Maine Assoc. of Middle Level Education (MAMLE)National Middle School Association (NMSA)New England League of Middle Schools (NELMS)

Bullying Education Project

Maine Law & Civics Education, U. Maine School of Law, Portland, ME (207) 780-4159

Conflict Management and Peer Mediation

pamelaa@usm.uaine.edu

Drop Out Prevention Committee

Individual School District

Maine Community Foundation

www.mainecf.org

Maine Youth Suicide Prevention Program ( Teen Yellow Pages)

1-800-698-3684

Reading Recovery

Center for Early Literacy, U MaineReading Recovery, Department of Education

Responsive Classroom (The Greenfield School)

www.responsiveclassroom.org

Teamwork for Kids

teamwork@mainesupportnetwork.org