We get that. For families without insurance, a sliding fee scale makes the services affordable, and staff will help your family apply for state insurances. Although the Teen Health Corners are primarily offered to students age 10 - 21 at Kalkaska and Forest Area schools, home schooled and charter school students are encouraged to use the clinic, and students from other districts are welcome. You can get a consent form from your school or at the clinics. The Teen Health Corner has been serving area teens since
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School-Based Health Centers in Michigan
Hackley Community Care - Teen Health Center
The center offers a welcoming place for teens to come and talk about their issues and needs. The center promotes health and health education programs for adolescents and parents by continuing its direct outreach through schools in the community. Staff at the CAHC help involve adolescents and parents in planning and promoting family health. The Child and Adolescent Health Center provides awareness workshops, presentations and focus groups for youth on a variety of health topics including:. Search form Search this site. Donate Get Involved Events.
Teen Health Corner
Our Friday hours are from am to pm we are closed from to for lunch. Our Friday hours are from am to am we are closed from to for lunch. We encourage parents to complete and sign a consent form for their child to be seen at the health center. Our current focus is on Oakridge students ages 5 to
The clinic with three modern medical exam rooms, mental health counseling and plans for dental services in the future, is meeting pent-up demand among students, officials said. That includes the clinic's very first patient, who arrived eight minutes after its doors first opened on Dec. The young man came for treatment of chronic hearing problems, Oginsky said. There have been others: a student with a mass on her breast with no local physician, students knowing they needed testing for sexually transmitted disease and young people struggling with suicidal thoughts.