The Breakthrough Student Assistance Program helps students and their families navigate their way through the school system safely and successfully. Breakthrough welcomes any student, Kindergarten through 12th grade, and his/her family in the Conejo Valley Unified School District. Students and/or parents can self-refer to the program or be referred by concerned administrators, staff members, parents, or friends due to:
Access our Confidential Concerned Person Referral Form by clicking on the button below:
Students referred to the BreakThrough Student Assistance Program will participate in a 90-minute structured Family Conference using the Brief Risk Reduction Interview and Intervention Model (BRRIIM). BRRIIM is an indicated prevention strategy that is used to assess strengths, risks and needs. The Family Conference will:
A Family Plan is created from the information collected at the Family Conference. It is developed collaboratively by the counselor, student and parents/guardians. This plan includes student responsibilities, parent/guardian responsibilities, staff responsibilities, and staff recommendations.
1400 E. Janss Road
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
Students and/or families may
call to make an appointment:
Our trained staff takes time to listen carefully to learn about the student's and family's concerns and determine their strengths. Staff is then able to provide students with links to resources at their schools and in their community.
Conejo Valley Unified School District
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