Eva Carella

 Student Assistance Coordinator/Anti-Bullying Specialist


732-431-8360, ext 2032





The Student Assistance Program:

  • Promotes a safe and drug free environment
  • Empowers students to grow in the face of challenges
  • Matches student needs with support services
  • Provides prevention information and activites for students, staff and the community




Services Provided: 

  • Individual and Group Counseling
  • Coordination of speakers and assemblies
  • Leadership programs
  • Prevention resources and activities
  • Intervention and referral



For Students:

Student Assistance Counseling is a process where you can meet with a professional counselor to discuss any problem you are dealing with.  For example:


  • Family problems
  • Drugs and Alcohol
  • Depression
  • Suicide
  • Relationship Issues (friends, dating, etc.)
  • Stress
  • Bullying
  • School-related problems
  • Eating disorders
  • Cutting and self-mutilation
  • ANY other issues





You can expect that what you talk about with the Student Assistance Counselor remains confidential.  Unless you are being abused, or there is immediate danger to yourself or others, what you talk about with the counselor stays private.