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Counseling

The school counselor provides day-to-day services for children, including:

  • Helping students deal with crises in the family or at school

  • Helping the disaffected child learn how to fit in

  • Motivating students toward better academic achievement

  • Preventing student behavior problems in school, on the buses, and at home

  • Teaching students impulse control, resolving problems without violence, and solving age-related development problems

  • Helping students to cope with school issues relating to peers, teacher demands, school rules, and group relationships

  • Assisting students in preventing improper choices with regard to use of drugs, alcohol, sexual activity, and tobacco

  • Helping students to deal with depression and suicidal tendencies

  • Providing group instruction in Skills For Growing and other proven programs of high quality

  • Assisting parents in resolving student and family problems

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For more information on Valley View Counseling services, contact Jacqueline Sarullo, Valley View School Counselor.

Resources for Parents


  • PerformCare: 1-877-652-7624 - statewide referral system providing information and referral services for children and families-available 24/7.

  • Children’s Mobile Response & Stabilization Services: 1-877-652-7624 - intervention dispatched to crisis site within one hour of calling PerformCare, with goal of stabilizing behavior & maintaining children ages 5-18, in their home.

  • DCP&P (Division of Child Protection & Permanency – formerly DYFS): 1-877-652-2873 – suspected physical, sexual or emotional abuse or neglect of juvenile under the age of 18.

  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK - help for you or someone you care about-available 24/7.

  • Hunterdon Crisis Line: 908-788-6400 – if a juvenile is in need of mental health screening and/or crisis stabilization services-available 24/7.

  • NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) - naminj.org – nonprofit organization seeking to improve the lives of all individuals affected by mental illness.

  • NAMI Hunterdonnamihunterdon.org – local division of above.