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Student and Family Assistance Program

Student & Family Assistance Program (SFAP)

The School District of South Milwaukee and Aurora Health Care have partnered together to provide the Student and Family Assistance Program (SFAP) as a FREE benefit for all families and students of the School District of South Milwaukee. (Access SFAP brochure here)

The SFAP is 100% confidential as specified by both state and federal laws.  There is no cost to the student or family member for any services provided by the SFAP.

The SFAP offers in-person or phone consultations with master’s level counselors.  Families that use the SFAP can receive (up to) six sessions per issue. Many issues can generally be resolved within the SFAP itself.  If other referrals are needed, your SFAP counselor will connect you to community resources and/or insurance-based providers.

To schedule any consultations, or to access other SFAP services, call 800-236-3231 and mention you are a family in the School District of South Milwaukee.  A parent or legally responsible adult must call to schedule services through the SFAP.

The School District of South Milwaukee recognizes that a healthy home and family life helps to nurture academic excellence, and we hope that families will find this service beneficial.

For additional information please contact the Director of Pupil Services for the School District of South Milwaukee at 414-766-5026, or call the Student and Family Assistance Program directly at 800-236-3231.  Learn more about the services available here.

When to use the program
This varies from person to person. Generally, it’s wise to seek help when a problem:
• Interferes with normal activities
• Occupies too much of your time
• Persists for more than several weeks

Typical concerns may include:
• Academic pressures
• Alcohol/drug issues
• Anxiety and depression
• Child/family issues
• Divorce/blended families
• Marital/relationship issues
• Parenting issues and questions
• Stress management

Additional services
Seeking a healthy balance
The following services are available to help families quickly and conveniently address other issues that may impact their lives:
• Adoption information
• Child care resources
• Elder care resources
• Financial consultation
• Legal consultation and mediation