Momauguin Elementary School SBHC - East Haven School-Based Health Center
99 Cosey Beach Road
East Haven CT, 06512
Contact Phone:(203) 468-3321
Clinic Details:The Community Health Center, Inc. is pleased to offer school-based health services in your child’s school during the school day. Licensed healthcare providers are available to provide expanded medical (treatment for illnesses or injuries, and physicals), behavioral health (individual, group, and family therapy), and dental hygiene (exams, cleanings, and sealants) services. Dental restorative services (fillings, pulpotomys, root canals, removal of baby teeth, stainless steel crowns, local anesthesia, mouth prop, treatment of crooked teeth) may also be provided. School-based health services work in conjunction with the care provided by your child’s pediatrician and/or dentist and are not intended to replace regular care by your child’s primary health-care provider.
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