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Eagle Student Support Center

Eagle Student Support Center (ESSC) 

Located in H1C

The Eagle Student Support Center (ESSC) provides a safe and supportive environment in the school setting where students can discuss a variety of topics in a confidential, nonjudgmental space. The ESSC is staffed with mental health professionals who are dedicated to improving the health, well being, and educational outcomes of all students. Through on-campus programming and community-based partnerships, Oak Grove students will receive assessment, counseling, and referrals to other support services to maximize student engagement and success.

The Eagle Student Support Center is staffed with a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Social Work Associates and Interns, and Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) to address challenging issues that may be interfering with the ability to be academically successful in school.

What kind of issues does the Eagle Student Support Center address?

The  ESSC addresses a wide variety of issues such as: 

  • Stress

  • Depression & Suicide

  • Sexual Orientation/Gender Questions

  • Family/Home Issues

  • Chronic Illness

  • Drug & Alcohol Abuse

  • Violence and Abuse

  • Well being

  • Sexual Health Education

  • Anxiety

  • Peer Relationships

  • Cultural Adjustment & Identity Issue 

  • Off-site Resources & Referrals​​​​​​

How often will students miss classes to utilize the ESSC?

Students usually participate in ESSC services up to one hour per week. ESSC providers will alternate class periods for appointments and/or group sessions so that students do not miss the same class regularly. All students are issued a call slip for ESSC appointments. Please note that student's attendance will be cleared within 1-2 business days after an appointment.

Where exactly is the ESSC located?

Oak Grove High School's Eagle Support Center is located in room H1C. Groups will be held in X4.