Student Wellness

 “Health is a state of complete harmony of the mind, body, and spirit.”


Whatever your concern, big or small, your school counselor is here to listen. Your information will be protected under the standard terms of confidentiality. There are always hope and solutions, and talking it out with a trusted person like a counselor can help you see your options for staying safe and healthy. And, of course, you can always come to share your successes and positive news throughout your Borgia journey. A counselor is also here to celebrate your triumphs!


The Care Team at SFBRHS is composed of the counselors, the learning consultant, selected faculty members, the chaplain, and the vice principal. It meets regularly to discuss individual students who have academic, social, emotional, behavioral, or spiritual needs. The team plans strategies to help students in need and then assesses the outcomes. Students are referred to the Care Team by teachers and staff.


Borgia has two mental health specialists available to serve our community. Bonnie Hotz, LPC, and Neal Kluba, MSAP, are counselors made available through a grant administered by the Franklin County Children and Families Resource Board. Mrs. Hotz works through the Family Wellness Program, a division of Catholic Family Services. She is available for individual student counseling and consultation with parents and teachers. She also assists the school with bullying, conflict resolution, anger management, and other areas. Mr. Kluba works through Preferred Family Healthcare, which provides intervention services related to drug and alcohol abuse and addiction. Group counseling, family counseling, individual counseling, prevention presentations, and other interventions are available. If you would like to take advantage of these services, please contact your child’s counselor.

Concerned parents or teachers, should contact the student’s counselor and/or submit a referral for our CARE team. We collaborate with our Learning Consultant, Mrs. Dianna Birkby, and mental health specialists, Mrs. Bonnie Hotz and Mr. Neal Kluba, to identify effective interventions and resources for students in need of additional support.


For information on any of the following please visit WebMD


Changing Families



Relational Aggression


Substance Abuse


Last updated on January 10, 2019.