Student Support Advocate (SSA) Expansion Opportunity
Snohomish County Human Services, Behavioral Health Division, is offering an opportunity to Snohomish County public school districts to apply for an expansion of the Student Support Advocate (SSA) program. The SSA program targets students identified as high risk for behavioral health issues, including substance use and mental health concerns, and involves placing a case manager (the SSA) in a school to help identify needs and connect students and families with services. This opportunity is open to both new and current SSA Districts; please see the RFP below for additional information.
Questions may be emailed to Amanda.Franke@snoco.org by January 19, 2022 at 3pm. Questions and answers will be posted on this site, so please check back frequently. Final RFPs are due via email to Amanda.Franke@snoco.org no later than 3pm on Thursday, February 3, 2022. Late or incomplete RFPs will not be accepted. Please ensure that District and building-level Health Youth Survey data (for applying buildings) is submitted with the final RFP.