Student Intervention and Reintegration Program (SIRP)

Student Intervention and Reintegration Program (SIRP) is a 12 hour educational class for youth who may have gotten into trouble because of their substance use at school or in the community, but whose use does not require treatment. 

Visit the SIRP website sirpmaine.com for  more info.

Youth can be referred by themselves, a parent, or school staff.
For health and safety reasons, SIRP is currently being offered remotely.
Click here to reserve a spot in the next monthly online SIRP class.

If you have questions about SIRP or are wondering if a student/child is appropriate for the class, contact our SIRP Coordinator, Gina Brodsky at 351-2658 or gina.brodsky@yorkhospital.com.