• Employee Benefits- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

    Tri Health Concern

    Access to EAP includes staff members and their family members. It provides a broad-brush approach to employee assistance by offering counseling, direction, support and understanding to employees and family members who may be experiencing any number of life problems. A problem-solving action plan is developed with each participant. The goal of this plan is to increase each client’s sense of well-being and improve his or her level of performance at work and at home. This is a service that many people access by way of self-referral.

    Tri Health EAP Target Areas for staff and family members: https://www.princetonschools.net/Page/435

    1. Family conflict
    2. Marital Issues
    3. Parenting Concerns
    4. Elder Care Issues
    5. Work-related Problems
    6. Grief/Loss Issues
    7. Aging Concerns
    8. Retirement Planning
    9. Emotional Adjustments
    10. Any work/life Issue

    For any service or questions call 513-891-1627 or toll-free at 1-800-642-9794


    Understanding Trauma and Seeking Help for Children

    When to seek Help

    Video: When to Seek Help if Your Child Has Experienced a Traumatic Event

    This video was made possible by Fayette Co Public Schools through the Kentucky AWARE grant. (SAMHSA Award # 5H795M061908-02) Find more resources and information for caregivers at www.nctsn.org

    Why Experiences Matter

    Video: Why Experiences Matter Trauma 101 for Caregivers

    This video was made possible by Fayette Co Public Schools through the Kentucky AWARE grant. (SAMHSA Award # 5H795M061908-02)

    Self-Regulation Techniques for Children

    Video: Self Regulation Techniques for Children

    This video was made possible by Pulaski Co Public Schools through the Kentucky AWARE grant. (SAMHSA Award # 5H795M061908-02)

    Enhancing Resiliency Through School Connectedness

    Video: Get Connected: Enhancing Resiliency Through School Connectedness

    This video was made possible by Fayette Co Public Schools through the Kentucky AWARE grant. (SAMHSA Award # 5H795M061908-02)


    Classroom Resources

    Classroom Mental Health: https://classroommentalhealth.org/


    Crisis- Suicide Prevention

    Grant Us Hope: Click here to be redirected to the Grant Us Hope website

    Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 or text "HOME" to 741-741

    Student Suicide Prevention and Anti-Bullying Program

    Grant Us Hope

    Princeton City Schools Hope Squad

    For more information about Hope Squads, contact Princeton City Schools Department of Student Services: Dr. Ronald Fausnaugh, Director of Student Services


    Five Steps to Managing Emotions

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    Five steps to managing big emotions poster