Crisis Response Recovery Services

Crises in schools can be a sudden, generally unanticipated event that profoundly affects a school population and may involve emotional trauma, serious injury or death. Schools do not have options as to whether or not to respond to a crisis.

Responding to a specific crisis, managing the crisis scene and providing recovery support for students and staff are crucial areas of involvement for student assistance personnel. While the trauma experienced as the result of a crisis cannot be avoided, navigating through the aftermath with trained and supportive staff can assist in a healthy recovery.

Contact Information

Mental Health and Prevention Coordinator
Sarah Mowder-Wilkens | 970-490-3238 |