Details: Since 1972, Community Health Center, Inc. has been one of the leading healthcare providers in the state of Connecticut, building a world-class primary care system committed to caring for uninsured and underserved populations. We focus on improving health outcomes for patients and creating healthy communities. CHC @Connecticut Children’s provides team-based care. This means our medical providers work with dentists, nurses, counselors, nutritionists and other specialists to offer complete care for every child.
Details: Malta House of Care-Waterbury is a free primary care clinic for uninsured adults. La Clínica de Malta-Waterbury es una clínica de atención primaria gratuita para adultos sin seguro. A Clínica Malta-Waterbury é uma clínica de cuidados primários gratuita para adultos sem seguro.
Details: United Community & Family Services (UCFS) School Based Health Center at Norwich Public Schools offers the following services: Mental Health Assessments; Substance Abuse Screenings; Counseling (individual, group, and family).
Details: Your school based health center (SBHC) is one of more than seventy similar facilities across Connecticut. The one at your school is a program of Child & Family Agency of Southeastern Connecticut, which operates 14 health centers in New London, Groton, Norwich, Stonington, and Waterford. Students in these schools can obtain services such as physicals, minor acute illness care, health promotion and disease prevention education, as well as group, individual and/or family therapy. These centers are licensed by DPH as Outpatient Clinics and are staffed by Certified Nurse Practitioners and Masters-prepared Mental Health Clinicians. SBHCs are familiar venues for children/adolescents as they see and pass by them frequently in their school day. The staff becomes familiar, friendly faces. Parents appreciate the convenience of having their child/adolescent receive health care at the school as it eliminates barriers such as transportation and lack of available or convenient appointments.
Details: The East Hartford Board of Education has selected InterCommunity as the new provider of primary care and behavioral health services in its school based health centers. Beginning June 30, 2017, InterCommunity will staff and operate seven centers in the following schools: East Hartford High, Synergy Alternative High, East Hartford Middle, Mayberry Elementary, Silver Lane Elementary, Langford Elementary and Hockanum Elementary Schools. School based health centers provide services beyond the scope of the school nurse. InterCommunity will work closely with the nurses and any other outside care providers as well as act as a resource center for wellness and prevention. With a signed parental permission form, students can receive complete health care services during school hours.
Details: School-based health centers (SBHCs) deliver quality, affordable, cost-effective health care to young people as a doctor’s office located on school grounds. We offer a range of medical, dental and behavioral health services, which keep kids healthier, in school, and ready to learn.
Details: Our Mobile Dental Program makes it convenient for families to give their children the high quality dental care they need by bringing our fully equipped mobile dental offices and skilled dental teams to schools, WIC offices, Headstart programs, and daycares.
Details: Planned Parenthood is a trusted health care provider, an informed educator, a passionate advocate, and a global partner helping similar organizations around the world. Planned Parenthood delivers vital reproductive health care, sex education, and information to millions of people worldwide.
Details: Going to a school-based health center (SBHC) allows kids to get health care without missing too much school. Having a health center right in school lets kids be seen quickly and efficiently. Sometimes parents can't take time off from work to bring their children to the doctor. And it's difficult for kids to miss school when they have doctor's appointments. A SBHC solves these problems by letting kids be seen where they already are: in school!
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.