The Education and Counseling for High School Opportunities (ECHO) program is a voluntary program that uses evidence-based strategies. ECHO is designed to help high school students who have issues with adjustment, peer relationships, family stress, grief, low self-esteem, emotional engagement and anger control. Students are referred by parents, teachers, guidance counselors, deans, peers, or by self-referral. Students may participate in stress management group, anger management group, grief support group, choices prevention group, Botvin Life Skills Training, or Botvin Transitions group. Students may also receive individual support on an as-needed basis. ECHO services are available to all high school students attending Santa Rosa County schools.


Santa Rosa County program locations include the following:

  • Central High School
  • Gulf Breeze High School
  • Jay High School
  • Learning Academy
  • Locklin Technical Center
  • Milton High School
  • Navarre High School
  • Pace High School
  • Santa Rosa High