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Public School Partnership Programs

Seneca partners with school districts and charter schools, most often located in urban areas to provide these culturally rich and diverse communities access to educational services that accelerate academic progress and develop the skills needed to successfully transition back into a public school setting. Seneca also partners with local school districts to provide Outpatient Services in the form of therapeutic classrooms and mental health services on public school campuses. Each student’s unique needs and goals are addressed through a personalized treatment plan that includes individual, group, and family therapy, supported by intensive case management and crisis intervention services. Program services are designed and tailored to enable each student to make the most of his/her education.

 


Seneca's Public School Therapeutic and Behavioral Services are currently in the following schools:

 

LONGWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, Hayward Unified School District
OAKLAND COMMUNITY DAY SCHOOL, Oakland Unified School District
RIVERVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL, Mount Diablo Unified School District
UNITED FOR SUCCESS  MIDDLE SCHOOL, Oakland Unified School District
EMILIANO ZAPATA STREET ACADEMY, Oakland Unified School District
MT EDEN HIGH SCHOOL, Hayward Unified School District
HAYWARD HIGH SCHOOL, Hayward Unified School District
SEARLES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, New Haven Unified School District
CESAR CHAVEZ MIDDLE SCHOOL, New Haven Unified School District

 

INDIVIDUALIZED STUDENT SERVICES, Hayward Unified School District

  • Seneca provides fee-for-service behavioral and therapeutic services for Hayward Unified School District special education students in various public schools and classroom types within Hayward, in order for students to remain at their current school placement and avoid relocating students to other school sites for the services they need.
  • Seneca Services Provided: Individual 1:1 behavioral intervention in the classroom; individual and family therapy, including home visits; behavior assessments, including FAA and PBIP preparation; mental health assessment and evaluation; case management

BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT TEAM (BAT), Hayward Unified School District

  • Seneca provides fee-for-service early behavioral and assessment services for Hayward Unified School District general education students in various public schools and classroom types within Hayward to determine the appropriate services or classroom accommodations needed, and in some cases referral for special education.  The goal is to prevent unnecessary special education referrals.
  • Seneca Services Provided: Individual 1:1 behavioral intervention in the classroom; behavior assessments in collaboration with district assessment staff

Seneca's Public School Counseling Enriched Services are currently in the following schools:

 

CRAGMONT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, Special Day Class, Berkeley Unified School District
MLK MIDDLE SCHOOL, Special Day Class, Berkeley Unified School District
LONGFELLOW MIDDLE SCHOOL, Special Day Class, Berkeley Unified School District
BERKELEY HIGH SCHOOL, Special Day Classes, Berkeley Unified School District
HARVEY GREEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, Special Day Classes, Fremont Unified School District
LONGWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, Special Day Class, Hayward Unified School District
LORIN EDEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, Special Day Class, Hayward Unified School District
PLEASANT HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL, Special Day Classes, Mount Diablo Unified School District
WINTON MIDDLE SCHOOL, Special Day Class, Hayward Unified School District
BRENKWITZ HIGH SCHOOL, Special Day Class, Hayward Unified School District
MOUNT EDEN HIGH SCHOOL, Special Day Class, Hayward Unified School District
REDWOOD HIGH SCHOOL, Special Day Class, Castro Valley Unified School District
TENNYSON HIGH SCHOOL, Special Day Class, Hayward Unified School District
RIVERVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL, Mount Diablo Unified School District

 

Seneca Services Provided:  Continuous therapeutic milieu provided by team of counselors and therapists; behavioral and clinical assessment, planning, and intervention; individual, group, & family therapy; home visits; clinical case management;  teacher consultation around behavioral and mental health issues