School Based Health

About Seven Generations School Based Health Centers

Established in 1992, NAHC School-Based Health provides services on 6 school campuses (2 middle and 4 high schools) and works in collaboration with two school districs and several community-based organizations.

The NAHC school-based health centers emphasize prevention, integrated care and the removal of access barriers. They aim to improve adolescent health, well-being and success in school by increasing access to comprehensive, high-quality health care services.

Services provided include medical care, dental care, behavioral health, health education, youth development, insurance enrollment and family engagement.

General hours are 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Locations

Seven Generations School-Based Health Center

United for Success/Life Academy

2101 35th Ave. Oakland  94601

510.436.3009

Seven Generations School-Based Health Center

Skyline High School

12250 Skyline Blvd. Oakland, CA 94619

510.531.5270

In partnership with East Bay Agency for Children

Frick Middle School-Based Health Center

2845 64th Ave. Oakland, CA 94605

510.639.3386

In partnership with Alameda Family Services

Alameda High School-Based Health Center

2201 Encinal Avenue Alameda, CA 94501

510.337.7006

 In partnership with Alameda Family Services

Encinal High School-Based Health Center

 210 Central  Avenue Alameda, CA 94501

510.748.4085

 In partnership with Alameda Family Services

Island High School-Based Health Center

1900 Third Street Alameda, CA 94501

510.748.4011

Services Available

Medical

·    Physical exams, sport physicals

·    Immunizations, TB testing

·    Vision & hearing screenings

·    Diagnosis & treatment of sexually transmitted infections

·    Pregnancy testing

·    Family planning

·    Pelvic exams

·    Diagnosis & treatment of minor & acute illnesses

·    Assistance with chronic illnesses

·    Well-baby exams

Dental

·      Screenings

·      Exams

·      Cleanings

·      Fluoride varnishes

 Behavioral Health

·      Health Assessments

·      Individual counseling

·      Groups

Health Promotion

·      Individual Health Education

·      Classroom Presentations

·      Groups

·      Family Engagement Evenings

·      Health Insurance Enrollment

 Youth Development

·      Peer Health Education

·      Participatory Research Group

Eligibility

Students (and families from our middle school sites) are provided services at no charge.  It’s our policy to cover expenses by billing possible third-party sources such as Medi-Cal and Family Pact. 

Links: Our SBHCs in the news

http://www.healthycal.org/archives/8105

Quotes from Bonnie about school-based health centers

http://www.schoolhealthcenters.org/homepage-posts/oakland-opens-four-sbhcs-in-four-months/

About Skyline site opening with a photo of youth and Marty cutting ribbon

http://www.nasbhc.org/site/nativeamericanhealthcenter

About the United for Success site

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZt_SQ-Zmwc&lr=1

US Department of Health & Human Services video about our health insurance enrollment for kids and families at our UFS site
 

Earlier this year 10th graders wrote “perspective” pieces for their Humanities class.  Some were even chosen to be featured on KQED.  Ashley, a rock star peer health educator, wrote one on bullying.  Check them out… 

http://www.kqed.org/radio/programs/perspectives/lifeacademy.jsp