School-Based Health Centers

School-Based Health Centers (SBHCs) are primary care health centers that offer preventive, primary, chronic, and mental health care services to students who have a broad range of medical needs.  SBHCs are designed to assure that all students who are enrolled in the school have access to convenient, comprehensive health services in a caring, non-judgmental environment at a health center located in their school building. SBHCs are designed to overcome barriers to health care such as concerns over confidentiality, lack of transportation, inconvenient appointment times, cost, parental loss of time from work, lack of insurance coverage, and general apprehension about discussing health issues.

SBHC Services

  • All School Health Services
  • Annual Health Maintenance
  • Sports and  Annual Physicals
  • Immunizations
  • Care of Acute Illnesses and   Injuries
  • Mental Health
  • Substance Abuse  Services
  • Health Education
  • Case Management
  • Basic Laboratory Tests
  • Reproductive Health Care 

SBHC Locations

  1. Elementary/Middle Schools: Carter G. Woodson; City Springs; KIPP Ujima/KIPP Harmony
  2. Middle-High/High Schools:   New Era Middle-High; REACH Middle-High/Heritage High
  3. High Schools: Baltimore Talent Development/Augusta Fells  Savage Institute; Digital
  4. Special Needs: William S. Baer

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