Through collaboration and partnerships with the Office of School Health and other community partners, Community Schools have access to a variety of health services to focus on healthy families and communities.
Office of School Health's Oral Health Program connects third-party dental providers to schools across the city. Services rendered are both preventative and restorative. (List of participating schools).
MORE INFORMATION COMING SOON on how to start your own Oral Health Program at your school!
For community partners who provide low to no-cost dental services for students and families in your borough, click here.
School-based Health Centers
Many Community Schools have launched school-based health clinics that provide health services for students and families. More information on SBHCs can be found on the DOE main website.
For information about establishing a health center in your Community School, contact your Program Manager.
Free and confidential limited reproductive health services for high school students are provided by Connecting Adolescents to Comprehensive Healthcare (CATCH)
The Floating Hospital provides medical, dental, and mental health services to all families in temporary housing, even if they are unable to pay or are undocumented. They are also offering healthcare workshops for your students, parents and staff on a variety of different topics.
Refer your families in temporary housing TODAY by clicking here.
If you have any questions, or if you are interested in learning more, reach out to Genaro Rivera at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OCS Health Resource Guide- The Office of Community Schools created a resource guide that contains online resources and partners who deal with asthma, dental, and community health centers.