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All these services will augment and in most cases create new services to the children. School principals and counselors are identifying those particular services that are most needed in their campuses. They have also agreed in our “Partnership Agreement” to notify CIS / ACE of any possible duplication of services.
The CIS program consists of six required components. Each of our programs provide these components within our service area based on the specific needs of the students and campuses as communicated to CIS by school administrators. The required program components are:
CIS and ACE deliver or coordinate the delivery of services for the benefit of each child based on an analysis on what the child needs. CIS attempts to reverse the current practice, which requires students to seek help outside, and instead CIS arranges for outside help and/or the CIS Campus Coordinators to serve along-side teachers and counselors as a coordinated team to keep children in school and provide a positive influence for success. Services are provided during the school day or afternoon at the student’s respective school. The school environment is the most neutral and familiar setting outside of the family for prevention/early intervention activities.