The Available School Youth Services Support Team (ASYSST) is the school-based youth services program operated by Mercer Council and housed at Ewing High School!
ASYSST helps Ewing High School students navigate their high school years. We empower and equip students to accomplish their goals and become academically successful through mental health counseling, positive youth development and other support services.
“ASYSST is a place where you can be yourself around others.”Imari
ASYSST is a safe space where students can talk openly. We offer an environment that is convenient and comfortable, and provide confidential assistance to students. (We will not disclose your private information to anyone without your expressed written consent, except where disclosure is required by law).
Parental consent forms are required for all SBYSP-ASYSST services and can be found in ASYSST Room 100, the EHS Main Office, or online by downloading our program brochure. For more information on any of our services, please reach out to our program staff.
Dayron Proctor, MS, MLC
firstname.lastname@example.org | ext. 2175
The Program Director manages and supervises the daily and operational activities of the ASYSST program. Mr. Proctor serves as the liaison between the program and students, staff, collaborative partnerships and the local community.
Shakita Johnson, BA, CD, PCD
Youth Development Specialist
email@example.com | ext. 2173
The Youth Development Specialist assists with developing, coordinating, and facilitating programs that increase protective factors to foster healthy youth development. Ms. Johnson facilitates group activities and lessons that are determined by the needs of students in order to serve them most appropriately.
Ian Smith, MA, LPC
Mental Health Clinician
firstname.lastname@example.org | ext. 2171
The Mental Health Clinician provides short-term individual and group counseling, to students and their families, providing outside referrals when needed. Mr. Smith helps to provide programming for students and staff that focus on various aspects of mental health and the healthy development of the students.
Ewing High School
900 Parkway Avenue
Ewing Township, NJ 08628