The Centus School Counseling Program puts counselors and psychologists into schools that would otherwise have no access to high-quality mental health services, which are integral to a school’s ability to establish a healthy culture that promotes student development and achievement. Founded in 2010, the program is focused on addressing learning disorders as well as mental health and social issues among school-aged children while equipping parents and teachers with the resources they need to help students thrive both in and out of the classroom.
The Centus School Counseling program currently serves two inner-city Denver schools. Each provides exceptional education to high-need students but does not have the resources to provide counseling and testing services without Centus support, despite a growing need. Students, teachers and parents regularly work with a dedicated school counselor and child psychologist to uncover and address such issues as developmental and learning challenges, family disruption and discipline issues.
For more information please visit our website at www.centusschools.org