To do, only in a charitable manner, all those things that will develop character and usefulness of youth, improve the spiritual, mental, social, and physical condition of boys, and young men, and girls, and young women in the State of Arizona; foster responsible citizens; combat and curb juvenile delinquency by sponsoring, organizing and operating, without profit to the corporation, programs directed at advancing the education of youth, drug and alcohol abuse, bullying, violence and suicide prevention programs and other youth oriented activities. The Masonic Model Student Assistance Program (MMSAP) is an intensive three-day training workshop for “educators” whereby they learn to: identify, intervene with, and create appropriate intervention plans for student that may be at risk. This workshop trains a core team of four to eight educators from a school building in how to intervene early and effectively with students that display patterns of behavior that threaten their and others success at school and in life. MMSAP involves practical sessions designed to simulate real events along with presentations on such subjects as: chemical dependency, depression and suicide, conflict, anger and violence, communication skills and intervention, family dynamics, enabling, life shills development, treatment and aftercare, and group process. Participants leave the training with: a specific plan for behavior interventions created by their team at the session and based upon a selected case study child, and a system for implementing MMSAP concept/practices into their school or current program.