Student & Family Services

Student Support Services

At YES Prep, we are committed to working with families to make sure all of our students and their families are getting the support they need. We look to parents and caregivers to guide our student support and we seek their collaboration in working through the challenges families and students may face during their time at YES Prep.

Student Support Counselors

Each YES Prep campus has Student Support Counselors (SSC) whose primary role is to ensure all students are getting the social, emotional, and/or mental health support they need to be successful. SSCs also commit to building transformative relationships with students, staff, and stakeholders that lead to the development & implementation of evidenced-based practices, ultimately meeting the holistic needs of all YES Prep students.  

Our SSC’s also work closely with teachers, special education staff and college counselors to make sure appropriate academic supports are in place for our students, when necessary.

If you would like to contact your Student Support Counselor, please reach out your school's front office.

Student Support Counselors can provide or help facilitate support for any of the following: 

  • Mental health concerns
  • Relational Aggression or bullying
  • Family or home life concerns
  • Behavioral concerns
  • Academic struggles
  • Financial hardship
  • Homelessness
  • Teen pregnancy
  • Truancy


Student Assistance Form

We know that you may have some needs that arise as a parent, guardian or student. You can receive direct help by submitting a “Student Assistance Form” or a SAF.

Learn more about SAF

Family Services

At YES Prep, we are committed to supporting both our students and their families. We can help connect families to services like: Adult Education, Language/ESL, Homelessness and/or financial hardship, Immigration, Substance abuse, Domestic violence, and Mental Health/Suicide Prevention.

At YES Prep, we are committed to supporting both our students and their families. 

Title IX

No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.

To report any Title IX grievance, please contact the Title IX Coordinator for your YES Prep campus by clicking below:

Find your Title IX Coordinator