Trevor browne high school Student Support services

Dear Students, Families, and Staff,

As we continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation, we wanted you to know that our top priority is to maintain the health and safety of our community.

We value our relationship with each of you and want to thank you for placing your trust in our team. Although you won't find us in our offices, our team is committed to providing services in a virtual setting during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please meet the team and schedule an appointment, email, or call a student support services team member.

As always, if you believe you or your child is having an emergency (includes immediate safety concern such as hinting or talking about suicide, self-harm, abuse, plan to run away, immediate risk of physical violence, severe anxiety or current panic/anxiety attack etc.), please contact:

  • Crisis Line (602) 222-9444

  • Teen Lifeline (602) 248-8336

  • Text “HOME” to 741741

  • Call 911

For additional resources and community referrals, please explore the Student Support Services website.

We hope you and your loved ones stay healthy and safe. Please take care of yourselves.

Thank, you,

Your TGB Student Support Service Team

Student Support Services

Student Support Services provides a number of free and confidential services and supports to the school community. Student Support

Services personnel encompass many aspects of the high school environment including Social Workers, Student Prevention/ Intervention

Specialist, Behavior Intervention Specialist, Student Liaisons, and Community Liaisons.

Student Support Service personnel, provide:

  • Crisis intervention

  • Individual and group services, social/emotional support, and case management

  • Home visits to understand and address barriers to learning

  • Assistance to link students and families with school and community resources

  • Collaboration with school personnel to assess students’ social/emotional or behavior obstacles to academic success

  • Development and coordination of prevention and intervention programs and activities

  • Conflict resolution sessions through restorative conversations and mediations

  • Problem-solving, de-escalation, and coping tools

  • Assistance to families in need of shelters, food boxes, clothing, school supplies and basic needs Identification of barriers to success and implementation of Tier 1, 2, and 3 interventions

When should I refer a student to the Student Support Center?

A student should be referred to the Student Support Center when the student shows signs of social and/or emotional difficulties, which are interfering with the student’s success at school. These issues may include:

  • Mental health issues

  • Suicidal ideation

  • Abuse or neglect

  • Lack of basic needs/homelessness

  • Pregnancy, teen parent needs

  • Change in academic performance

  • Chronic attendance or tardiness issues

  • Coping or social skills deficits

  • Facilitation of school-home-community communication

  • Student advocacy

  • Community agency referral, monitoring, and collaboration

  • Staff support and/or development

  • Substance Abuse

Should you believe a student has been harmed or have concerns about a student’s safety, please report to DCS.

Department of Child Safety (DCS),

Arizona Child Abuse Hotline: 1-888-SOS-CHILD/ (1-888-767-2445)

If a student is experiencing an emotional or mental health crisis or you have concerns about the imminent safety of a student after school hours or on a weekend, contact the Crisis Response Network and/or 911 for immediate support.

Crisis Response Network: 602-222-9444

How do I make a referral?

Fill out an online referral form that will be sent directly to Student Support Services. Referral Form

Referral forms are also available in the Student Support Center, room 2012. Students can also self-refer either online or in person.