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Student Assistance Program

What is the Student Assistance Program (SAP)?

The BAC does not provide on-site mental health counseling or testing services for learning disabilities. However, the BAC is partnered with AllOne Health Resources to provide the Talk One2One Student Assistance Program (SAP). The SAP can provide counseling and make referrals to local organizations that can be of assistance in these areas.

The BAC provides you with the following free benefits through the SAP:

Confidential Counseling Services

Students are eligible to receive assessment, referral, and counseling services (up to 3 face to face sessions). You should feel encouraged to use this resource for a broad range of issues. Examples include:

  • Roommate, relationship or family problems
  • Stress
  • Alcohol or substance abuse problems
  • Depression, anxiety
  • Concerns about academic issues
  • Financial or legal issues/problems
  • Help finding child/elder care services
Legal Assistance  

This service provides one free 30-minute office or telephone consultation per legal matter, except for job or school related legal matters. Typical matters include divorce and child custody, car accidents, contractual and consumer disputes, real estate concerns, landlord / tenant issues, and insurance disputes.  Students can also receive a 25% discount for additional services provided by a network attorney.

Financial Assistance

This service provides one free telephone consultation per financial issue. Typical financial issues include credit card debt, identity theft, financial planning, and tax advice provided by a qualified financial counselor.

Work/Life Website 

Get access to over 12,000 articles, videos, tip sheets, calculators, assessments and searchable provider directories.  Topic areas include, but are not limited to, child care, parenting, elder care, higher education planning, career development, health/wellness, emotional wellbeing, legal/financial resources, and pet care services. 

 

To access the website, go to www.allonehealtheap.com and enter:

User name: BAC SAP
Password: student

To contact the Talk One2One Student Assistance Program, call: 1.800.756.3124

The staff in Academic Services can also assist students in contacting the SAP or providing referrals. Please contact the Director of Academic Services at 617.585.0215 or the Assistant Director of Academic Services at 617.585.0274 for further assistance.