Frequently Asked Questions

Referrals may be made via the online referral form. 
If you believe a person is an immediate threat to themselves or someone else, call 911.
The intention of the BIT is to maintain the highest possible level of confidentiality.
You will need to provide one form of contact. It may either be a phone number or an e-mail address. This provides us a way to contact you if we need any additional information that may help the student you are concerned about.
Anyone can make a BIT referral. If you are concerned that a student is exhibiting significant behavior changes or disruptive behavior, or is a threat to himself/herself or others, you may refer him/her to the BIT team.
If the BIT team determines that the referred person's behavior merits intervention, then BIT creates a plan for the student and designates a contact person who will handle the situation. The BIT team member will contact the person to discuss his/her behavior and the teams recommended intervention.
The Behavioral Intervention Team will have access to related referrals. In the event additional resources need to be utilized to effectively respond to a situation, reported information will be handled discretely.
The Behavioral Intervention Team will address every report brought to the committee. However, you may not be privy to the outcome of an investigation based on factors involved and the student's privacy.