We provide effective school-based therapeutic services that support a comprehensive school environment. In partnership with educators and administrators, we offer a broad array of support services to help students remain in-district and thrive in the least restrictive environment.
Sage Thrive’s in-district services reduce out-of-district placements, with 97.7% of students who receive counseling being retained in the district. Studies show that students who have access to our in-district mental health support services have greater attendance and academic success.
Partnering with Sage Thrive creates a safe onsite support system and delivers actionable plans to improve mental wellness for staff and students alike.
What Services Do We Provide?
Individual, Group and Family Counseling
Ongoing, scheduled individual, group, and family counseling, crisis/drop-in counseling
Classroom Behavioral Intervention
Early Intervention and Identification for General Education
Parent Support/Psycho-Education Groups
Screening for Students with Suicidal Ideation and Self-Injurious Behavior
Provide Quarterly, Mid-Year and End-of-Year Clinical Summaries
Provide In-Service Trainings/Professional Development for District Staff & Administration
Attendance at IEP, Annual Review and Transition Meetings
Assistance in Initiation and Development of Specialized Programs/Classrooms
Conduct Risk Assessment Screenings (Gen Ed and Special Ed)
Develop Crisis Intervention Plans
Classroom and Lunchroom Observations
Coordination of Care (Seamless integration, communicate with community-based professionals, clinical documentation, transition planning)
How Do We Support Your School?
Sage Certified Clinicians: Ongoing training and supervision
Program Integration: Support students, families, district staff and administration
Quality Assurance: Hiring and orientation process, site visits, feedback surveys
Layers of Support: Leadership team and access to catalog of Sage resources
Documentation: Progress notes, goals and objectives, quarterly clinical summaries, program data summaries
“One thing we have seen over the last few years is consistency with language and consistency with implementation and a lot of that comes from the Sage approach.”
Walter Curioni, Director of Special Services, Randolph Public school