Student Assistance Program

Greetings Parents, Students, and Community Members,

My name is Lesa Eiffert and I am the Student Assistance Professional employed by North Central Educational Service District responsible for implementing and coordinating the Project Success prevention and education activities. I am able to provide Project Success program services at Omak Middle School and Omak High School. The goals of the Project Success program are to prevent and reduce alcohol, tobacco and other drug use and to improve school performance. To accomplish these goals, students have the opportunity to participate in classroom discussion and/or small group and individual counseling meetings regarding perceptions about substance use. Students also learn skills to identify and resist social and situational pressures to use substances. I can also assist in making referrals to Substance Abuse or Mental Health treatment and/or other services in our community. Project Success also has a student led TEA (Teaching Everyone Awareness) Club that works to prevent substance use and promote healthy behaviors and safety.

Please contact me if you are wanting assistance regarding your student or if you want to learn more about the services that I provide.

Lesa Eiffert

Lesa Eiffert (she/her)

Student Assistance Professional/TEA (Teaching Everyone Awareness) Club Adviser
North Central Educational Service District
Phone: 509.826.8541
619 W. Bartlett Ave, Omak WA, 98841


Useful links:

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