Crisis Intervention

Crisis Intervention

A crisis is a significant life event that seriously disrupts the normal functioning of an individual, family or school. It can elicit strong emotions that result in people feeling vulnerable and out of control. ADAPP crisis intervention services address the immediate needs of those affected by the crisis and help to create the conditions that allow the recovery process to begin.

The goals of all crisis intervention services are: to help stabilize the current situation, to reduce symptoms, such as anxiety and post traumatic stress and to help people begin to resume their normal routines. The following are a list of services offered to the schools and parishes within the Archdiocese of New York. ADAPP staff is available for training and consultation for public and private schools. Inquiries can be made to .

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Crisis Consultation for School Principals and Staff

ADAPP's executive and supervisory staff are available through phone consultation to assist school principals and teachers when issues such as child abuse, depression, threats of suicide, internet safety, school violence or drugs and alcohol arise in the school setting.