School Based Health Centers

What is a School Based Health Center?
Staffed with a nurse practitioner, an office manager, and clinical social worker, students can be seen by a provider for their medical and behavioral health care needs without leaving school during the school day. Receiving care from the School Based Health Center (SBHC) does not have to replace your child’s regular health care provider, but rather supplements your child’s health care team. The nurse practitioner and behavioral health clinician will work with the school nurse and your child’s primary care provider to give the best possible care to your child. SBHC staff share a developmental approach to pediatric and adolescent health, respecting the age, cultural values, and family life of every student.

New Haven School Based Health Centers
We offer medical and behavioral health services at Clinton Ave SchoolColumbus School,  Fair Haven K-8 SchoolJohn S. Martinez School, and Wilbur Cross High School.

  • To enroll in one of our New Haven School Based Health Centers, please fill out this online form. If you will like to view the form in another language, please use the translation feature on the top right of the page. See below for more details.

East Haven School Based Health Centers
We offer medical services at Joseph Melillo Middle School and East Haven High School.

Flu Shot Information
As flu season approaches, we are happy to provide flu vaccinations at all of our school based health center locations.

School Based Dental Services
We offer on-site dental hygiene services at three schools in New Haven as part of the New Haven Public Schools’ Smile New Haven dental program. On site services are offered at Clinton Avenue School, Fair Haven K-8 School,  John Martinez School, and Christopher Columbus Family Academy.