Archdiocese of New York Drug Abuse Prevention Program

At Monsignor Farrell High School it is our mission to develop the whole man – academically, socially, and spiritually.
Over the past year, all members of the Monsignor Farrell community have risen to the occasion to overcome the challenges posed by the pandemic. Faculty have worked tirelessly to ensure the Monsignor Farrell education continues to be one of academic excellence.
We also recognize the social and emotional stress of the past year. Keeping true to our mission, and our commitment to the Farrell Man’s wellness, we are pleased to announce the ADAPP Program to Monsignor Farrell. ADAPP is a school-based student assistance program within the Department of Education of the Archdiocese of New York. The service includes counseling, drug and alcohol prevention education, and crisis intervention. The purpose of the program is to help students develop positive life skills and foster healthy life choices. Our school is very fortunate to have a counselor and the service.
Jacqueline Imbemba, a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) with ADAPP, will be providing services to our school. She will be available each Tuesday. Please know that Mrs. Imbemba will work closely with the school staff and is available to help parents with information and referrals as well.
If you or your son feels that he may benefit from speaking with Ms. Imbemba, please reach out to his Guidance Counselor.