• Programs and Services 
     
     
    PEER Counselors
    Students can often benefit from talking to a fellow student. PEER students are trained to listen and determine when student problems require more professional intervention.  Students can refer themselves or friends who are having various problems.  Contact the School Counseling Office for more details.
     
    Group Counseling
    Certain services are provided for students having specific issues and needing ongoing support through groups lead by Loudoun County Public Schools school psychologists, social workers, and school counselors. 
     
    Student Assistance Program
    This program is a collaborative program between Loudoun County Mental Health and Loudoun County Public Schools Prevention Office.  Student Assistance provides a Loudoun County Mental Health Therapist who will be available to conduct a free assessment at school for students who are having difficulties due to behavior problems, emotional problems, family difficulties, peer relationships, or other outside issues.  Contact the School Counseling Office for more information.
     
    Depression Awareness Program
    The Depression Awareness High School Outreach Program is presented to all of the ninth grade health classes at Broad Run High School in cooperation with Loudoun County Public School psychologists, social workers and school counselors. This program teaches students how to identify the signs of depression and suicide.  The program also teaches the students what to do when someone else needs help.  The acronym ACT (Acknowledge, Care, Tell) is used to help students remember what to do when they encounter someone who shows signs of depression or suicide.  The program uses a video to illustrate real life scenarios of students in need of help and actions to take to get help.
      
    Parent Resource Center
    The Loudoun County Parent Resource Center (PRC) is a place where parents and professionals can come to learn more about different disabilities, the special education process, and resources available to special needs students and their families or families whose children are experiencing learning difficulties.  The Parent Resource Center is located at the Douglass Support Facility at 55 Plaza Street Leesburg, VA 20175.  The phone number is 703 771-6765.  
     
    Support for Special Populations
    Counselors participate in Individualized Education Plan (IEP), Child Study, and Clinical Team meetings to support students.
     
    Student Support Team 
    Counselors meet regularly with administrators and other support personnel to review the progress of students whose attendance, behavior or personal issues warrant additional support for academic success. The team provides appropriate interventions for students in need of assistance.