1. Provide short-term individual/group counseling for high risk students. Number of required cases to be determined by program need, OASAS prevention guidelines and PDHP administrators. 2. Assess students for referral to the therapy unit, mental health agency or drug treatment facilities. 3. Consult with parents of any student seen in individual or group counseling. 4. Provide crisis intervention to students and families. Participate in Crisis Response Team as requested by borough director or executive director. 5. Deliver evidence-based education curriculum to students as required by the funding agency. Number of curriculum deliveries determined by needs of school, program, OASAS prevention guidelines and PDHP administrators. 6. Provide faculty workshops when requested by school administrator, regional coordinator, Borough director or executive director. 7. Provide parent services annually to each of the schools to which they are assigned. 8. Serve as a resource for administrators, teachers, and parents for substance abuse education and drug related problems in the school. 9. Serve on the school drug policy committee and provide technical assistance to school administrators on how to develop and implement such policies. 10. Attend regular supervision meetings with regional coordinator. 11. Attend group clinical consultation meetings as directed by the borough director. 12. Attend regular peer meetings when scheduled. 13. Maintain all required program paperwork and records. 14. Attend all general staff meetings called by the executive director.