The Association of Student Assistance Professionals of New Jersey

The first organization in the nation for student assistance professionals (1983)

SAVE THE DATE
ASAP-NJ Annual Conference set for
February 8-10, 2017
Ocean Place, Long Branch, NJ

One Vision

The vision of ASAP-NJ is that every young person and family in New Jersey will have access to effective and responsive student assistance coordinators and programs because of ASAP's advocacy, leadership and expertise.


One Mission
Founded in 1983 to meet the needs of New Jersey youth in education, prevention, intervention and referral services who are at risk for alcohol, tobacco and other drug addictive behaviors.  A not-for-profit organization, the group is made up of several hundred Student Assistance Professionls(SAPs), Student Assistance Coordinators (SACs), prevention specialists, educators and health care professionals.

One Community
ASAP-NJ partners with networks within a wide variety of community services and agencies, promoting a continuum of care and services for all students and families.


ASAP-NJ Executive Board/ Committee Meetings 2016-2017
Tentative

Thursday 9/15/16

Thursday 10/20/16  Ocean County College

Wednesday 11/16/16

Thursday 12/15/16

Thursday 1/19/17

CONFERENCE FEBRUARY

Thursday 3/16/17

Thursday 4/20/17

Thursday 5/18/17

June - TBA



P.O. Box 373
Allenhurst New Jersey  07711-0373
(732) 202 - 2686
execbd@asapnj.com

 
 

Become a Member

When you join, you join a growing number of professionals working to solidify positions in schools and improving programs in each community.  Other member benefits include newsletters, member directories, discounts on professional development opportunities, marketing materials and meeting information.

JOIN TODAY!



 

 
THANK - YOU TO OOUR 2016 CONFERENCE SPONSORS!


 

Support Mandatory SACs!

ASAP-NJ needs support in order to move A3481 and S2031 forward.  As members we need you to contact and promote this endeavor. Please contact your Senators and Assembly people to ask them to be proactive for children and support the Bills!

 

Let your voice be heard in 3 easy steps!

 

 
Step One:

 Read the 2016
revised Bills

 S2031

A3481 
 


Step Two:

Open the sample letter

to your Senator

to your Assemblyman

 Customize and  Print  


Step Three:

Find your Senators and Assemblymen

Address and MAIL!

   

Let this be the year our voices join together and demand that SACs are employed in sufficient numbers and in EVERY school in NJ.

Print your letters and send today!




Lori Todd, President, ASAP-NJ speaks at the Annual Conference

 

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