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In collaboration with the AB Regional District Schools, Town of Acton, Teenage Anxiety and Depression Solutions (TADS), AB United Way, and Danny's Place Youth Services, the PTSO is pleased to help provide a new service to parents, students and educators.
 
MSPP INTERFACE Referral Service is an initiative of the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MSPP)'s Richard and Joan Freedman Center. The service collects, categorizes and makes available a wide range of critical resources related to mental health and wellness for the benefit of the general public - children, adults and families - as well as educators and mental health professionals.
 
In addition to maintaining an extensive, frequently updated website listing of available mental health resources by geography and type, MSPP INTERFACE provides a free, confidential mental health and wellness help line Monday through Friday, 9 am-5 pm, at 617-332-3666 x1411 or 888-244-6843 x1411. This is a free, confidential referral service for the Acton/Boxborough communities. Callers are matched with licensed mental health providers that meet the location, insurance, and specialty needs of the caller.  Each referral is provided with follow-up assistance.

Please find below helpful information about the service.
 
MSPP Interface English
MSPP Interface Espanol
What to Expect When You Call the Helpline
Lo Que Puede Esperar Cuando Llame La Línea de Ayuda
 
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Bullying Prevention & Intervention
The AB District recognizes that safe school environments are necessary for students to learn and achieve high academic standards. Read the following information regarding bullying.
Family Resources and Support

Medical Emergency Response Plan

In the spring of 2012, the Legislature passed and Governor Patrick signed into law, An Act Relative to Medical Emergency Response Plans for Schools, Chapter 77 of the Acts of 2012 (Medical Emergency Law). The full text of the law is in
Appendix 3. The Act amended Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 69 by adding Section 8A. 

Under the law, every school committee must ensure that every school under its jurisdiction has a written Medical Emergency Response Plan. The purpose of the Medical Emergency Response Plan is to reduce the incidence of life-threatening emergencies, and to promote efficient response to such emergencies. Read the AB District Medical Emergency Response Plan. Additional information, including questions and suggestions, can be addressed by contacting MERP@doe.mass.edu.

Department of Education Coordinated Program Review Report

Each State Department of Education is mandated by the federal government to review school districts' implementation of state and federal laws in certain areas. A summary report has been prepared that highlights the findings. 


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