School Wellness Assessments

Have you been searching for a way to assist students who are struggling with anger, violence, depression, drug/alcohol addiction, child abuse issues and now COVID-19 challenges?  The WSA School Wellness Assessment provides a quick and easy way to monitor every student through an online screening process.  School Wellness Reports identifying what students are at-risk are sent to the School Administrator within 2 days of the assessment.  The WSA assessor will then work directly with your school's counselor(s) to provide treatment options creating a safer and more secure school for all students and staff.

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The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES) funds the WSA programs created to assist students through the pandemic.

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Screenings are created by a Master's level counselor who has worked in the field of child/adolescent counseling and education for over 20 years. 

 

WSA works closely with every school assisting with the notification of student's parents/guardians and being available to answer any questions about the screening from administrations, parents and students.  Once the assessment is completed and high-risk students are identified, WSA will help school counselors in locating local, state and national resources for every student. 

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School Wellness Screenings provide a non-intrusive way to assess and assist students.  All students within a school or school district log-in and take a simple assessment online. There are THREE TYPES OF ASSESSMENTS

  • The Complete School Wellness Assessment looks at 8 specific areas, including anger, depression, mental health, substance abuse and COVID-19 challenges.  If students score within the high-risk range, they will be identified in a thorough confidential report given to the school administrator.  This screening is the most comprehensive of all the assessments and allows school officials access to extensive wellness data on every student.  Treatment resources can then be provided to prevent school tragedies.

  • The Anger-Focused Assessment looks at Anger Management Only.  It screens students by identifying their current level of anger and their potential to act out violently.  If students score within the high-risk range, they will be identified in a thorough confidential report given to the school administrator.  This assessment assists with school safety and security allowing superintendents and principals immediate knowledge of potentially violent students.  Treatment Resources can then be explored to avoid school tragedies.

  • The Depression-Focused Assessment looks at every student's level of stress and anxiety as well as their effective coping strategies.  If students score within the high-risk range, they will be identified in a thorough confidential report given to the school administrator.  This assessment assists school systems where students are under a great deal of academic pressure, suggesting self-harm on a regular basis or witnessing previous student suicide attempts,  etc. Treatment Resources can then be explored to prevent school tragedies.

    

Level 1

 

  • Quarterly Assessments on all student body and staff

  • Qualified WSA Assessor to review all assessments

  •  Complete detailed assessment report within 2-3 weeks.

  • Confidential Summary of students at risk for violent behavioral acts 

  • Confidential Summary of students who are considered at risk of drugs/alcohol use

  • Confidential Summary of students who are struggling with mental wellness.

  • Confidential Summary of students displaying suicidal tendencies.

  • Sample Letters to parents about WSA

*Purchased Assessments expire 1 year after purchase.

Level 2

 

  • Bi-annual Assessments on all student body and staff

  • Qualified WSA Assessor to review all assessments

  •  Complete detailed assessment report within 2-3 weeks.

  • Confidential Summary of students at risk for violent behavioral acts 

  • Confidential Summary of students who are considered at risk of drugs/alcohol use

  • Confidential Summary of students who are struggling with mental wellness.

  • Confidential Summary of students displaying suicidal tendencies.

  • Sample Letters to parents about WSA

*Purchased Assessments expire 1 year after purchase.

*Purchased Assessments expire 1 year after purchase.

Level 3

 

  • Yearly Assessment on all student body and staff

  • Qualified WSA Assessor to review all assessments

  •  Complete detailed assessment report within 2-3 weeks.

  • Confidential Summary of students at risk for violent behavioral acts 

  • Confidential Summary of students who are considered at risk of drugs/alcohol use

  • Confidential Summary of students who are struggling with mental wellness. 

  • Confidential Summary of students displaying suicidal tendencies.

  • Sample Letters to parents about WSA

*Purchased Assessments expire 1 year after purchase.

Level 4

 

  • One online Assessment on all student body 

  • Qualified WSA Assessor to review all assessments

  •  Complete detailed assessment report within 2-3 weeks.

  • Confidential Summary of students at risk for violent behavioral acts 

  • Confidential Summary of students who are considered at risk of drugs/alcohol use

  • Confidential Summary of students who are struggling with mental wellness.

  • Confidential Summary of students displaying suicidal tendencies.

  • Sample Letters to parents about WSA

There are four levels of assessments.  All four levels of School Wellness Assessments are similar however the time frame in which the screening is given varies from quarterly to one-time only assessments.  As the frequency of the assessment increases so does the likelihood of preventing school related tragedies.  Once the assessment is completed by the students, a Master's level WSA Assessor will analyze the information and provide a detailed report to the School Administrator.  This information is considered highly confidential and will not be shared with anyone except this individual.  The designated Administrator can then provide the report to the appropriate staff to ensure every student is assisted.

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Information provided is for a Complete School Wellness Assessment

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