• Kuna School District Resource Guide

    If you have questions or need additional support, please reach out to the counselors or social workers at your school. 

    **Please note, this is not an exhaustive list of resources in the Treasure Valley, nor is it a guarantee of service availability**

    Last updated: April 2022

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    If you are struggling with a mental or emotional problem, having trouble with drugs or alcohol, or having family or relationship problems - reach out.
    Someone is always here for you on the other end of the line. 
    You can call for yourself, or someone you care about.


Student and Family Assistance Program (SFAP)



    No cost to you and strictly confidential!

    The Student and Family Assistance Program(SFAP) is a free and confidential resource designed to provide short-term and solution-focused assistance to students and their families.BPA Health Logo  

    • Academic pressures
    • Family issues and conflicts
    • Alcohol and drug issues
    • Anxiety and Depression

    For easy access to services, call: 1-833-935-3816


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    Search and connect to support. Financial assistance, food pantries, medical care, and other free or reduced-cost help starts here.


Kuna School District Resource Guide

Helping Kids Choose Their Future

  • The Kuna School District Superintendent's Advisory Council is hosting a national speaker to share information about the latest trends in drug use and mental health Jan. 26.

    The speakers will talk with students at assemblies Jan. 26-27. 

    Parents and community members are invited to attend a free public event called "Helping Kids Choose Their Future" from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Kuna Performing Arts Center.


    Join us for an evening with Rocky Herron, a former DEA Agent and current alcohol and drug ambassador for San Diego County.


    A retired DEA agent with 30 years of experience, Rocky has served three decades in law enforcement. He speaks as a concerned parent of three daughters. Rocky will address the damaging impact of illegal drug use on the individual, the family, the community, as well as national and international levels. Rocky will share information on the recent increase in fentanyl use and overdoses. Rocky has spoken to over 100,000 people across 14 countries.

    Ben draws upon his own mental health life experience to bring a unique perspective on the current mental health crisis sweeping across Western society. He is a resource for anxiety, depression and suicide in athletes.  A former professional athlete, Ben understands the pressure to perform in a culture of competition and achievement. But at the core, helping people live meaning-filled lives is his passion. For over a decade, Ben has mentored world-class professional athletes and business leaders, guiding them through personal and professional issues. 



Rocky Herron Community Event

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