AHS - Wildcats Clinic - Oakland School-Based Health Center
1023 MacArthur Blvd
Oakland CA, 94610
Contact Phone:(510) 874-7145
Clinic Details:AHS provides a school-based clinic for Oakland High School students to meet the health needs of our young people. We reach more than 2,000 students per year-half of whom are Asian and Pacific Islander. The clinic provides confidential reproductive health services, family planning, and counseling.
Details: Highland Wellness is part of Alameda Health System’s (AHS) network of community-based ambulatory clinics that expand access to primary care and AHS medical specialties. With the Adult Medicine Residency Program, Highland Wellness is also a leading medical training provider.
Details: Since 2000, the Roosevelt Health Center has been working to improve adolescent health and well-being. We provide access to comprehensive and high-quality health care services including primary medical and dental care, behavioral health services, and health education in a respectful & youth-centered environment. Services are free of cost to all students. Roosevelt Health Center is operated by La Clínica, in collaboration with Oakland Unified School District, Asian Community Mental Health Services, Alameda County Health Care Services Agency - School Health Services Coalition, and Elev8/Safe Passages Partnership.
Details: The San Antonio Neighborhood Health Center is located in the midst of the East Lake District, one of the most multi-cultural districts in Oakland. Residents from Mexico, Central America, Ethiopia, Eritrea, China, Hong Kong, Vietnam, and many other countries come to SANHC for comprehensive medical care services. Staff speak over 12 different languages in order to serve patients in their preferred language. SANHC expanded in 2007, almost doubling in size. The health center now serves approximately 12,000 patients including children, teens, young adults, pregnant women, older adults and patients with chronic illnesses such as diabetes and hypertension.
Details: Youth Heart Health Center is a new School Linked Health Center in the La Escuelita Education Center. All students that attend schools in the La Escuelita Education Center are welcome to use the center including students from La Escuelita Elementary School, MetWest High School, Dewey High School, and Yuk Yao Annex/Centro Infantil Annex Child Development Center. Siblings of students can access all services, as long as the siblings are between the ages of 3-21. Health insurance is not required and all services are provided without charge to students.
Details: Street Level Health Project promotes self-sufficiency for marginalized people of color by creating equitable and dignified access to health and employment regardless of socioeconomic or immigration status. SLHP engages community in constructing collective power and leadership in order to advance a more just, inclusive, and empathetic society. Street Level Health Project is an Oakland-based community center dedicated to improving the wellbeing of underinsured, uninsured, and recently arrived immigrants in Alameda County.
Details: In 1992 La Clínica, in collaboration with the East Bay Agency for Children and the Oakland Unified School District, opened the Hawthorne Health Center as one of the first school-based health centers in Alameda County. We serve students from World and Achieve Academies (formerly Hawthorne Elementary), Urban Promise Academy (UPA) Middle School, and children from the wider Fruitvale community. We offer primary care medical services, health education, and behavioral health services. We see patients from 3-18 years old and all services are provided without charge to students.
Details: Founded in 2008, Roots Community Health Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to improving the status of health of East Bay residents. Roots implements its mission by providing high-quality, comprehensive and culturally appropriate health care, by implementing direct service models to increase access to care and thereby prevent the need for emergency services, and by coordinating cross-agency liaisons to ensure a more efficient, continuum of care in East Oakland. Roots Community Health Center was founded to address the growing need for accessible, culturally appropriate, community-responsive, comprehensive health care in Oakland, California. Specifically, Roots aims to eliminate wide health disparities and improve health outcomes for uninsured and low-income residents of East Oakland.
Details: LifeLong TRUST Health Center recently opened, serving adults with disabling conditions and histories of homelessness who also participate in Alameda County’s General Assistance Program. The mission of the TRUST Health Center is to improve the lives of clients by providing high-value care that addresses clients’ physical, mental, and social well-being in one location. This collaboration between multiple government agencies and non-profit organizations will promote dignity, respect, and compassion in all interactions among staff and clients. Participating organizations will collaborate closely to support clients to find and maintain stable homes, to promote their overall health and well-being, and to develop or re-establish strong social support networks outside of the public services system.
Details: La Clínica's first dental site opened its doors in 1978. Fruitvale Dental located in Oakland's Fruitvale District offers dental care to low-income families. Our doctors are trained to provide services to patients of all ages, from babies to the elderly. We provide a wide scope of care to all of our patients, including preventive care (exams, cleaning, polishing, hygiene, fluoride, sealant treatment), general dentistry, pedodontics, periodontics, prosthodontics, endodontics and orthodontics.
Details: The West Oakland Health Council is a non-profit Community Health Center providing primary care, mental health, and substance abuse recovery services to residents of West, North and East Oakland, Emeryville and Southwest Berkeley. Its mission is to improve the health and well-being of residents of these communities and to reduce morbidity, preventable disability and premature death.