• The School Based Health Center

          West Side Middle School

    CHILD & FAMILY AGENCY OF SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT, INC 
                                                                                                                                              860-446-1775

     

    ·         Rebecca Murray, APRN, FNP, MSN, CDE- Family Nurse Practitioner    

    ·         Melody Nadeau Office Manager

     

    The mission of the Agency and of the SBHC is to promote the well-being and development of all children and their families in particular to give priority to the unmet needs of children lacking physical, emotional, and intellectual care and nurturing. Our goal is to provide the health care that allows the child/adolescent to maximize their school experience.  The SBHC is licensed by the Department of Public Health.  We provide confidential physical and behavioral health services to students on site.  Parents must sign a permission form for student to use the center.

    Primary Services

    1                     Physical exams for school, camp and sports

    2                     Immunizations

    3                    Treatment of acute injuries and illnesses such as colds, ear infections, sore throats, 
                      and skin infections.

    4                     Prescriptions and dispensing of medications

    5                     Laboratory testing

    6                     Diagnosis and treatment of sexual transmitted diseases

    7                     Case finding and treatment for chronic diseases such as obesity and diabetes

    8                     Crisis intervention

    9                     Individual, family and group counseling

    10                 Health education (such as classes for children with asthma)

    11                 Classroom presentations, often with school staff (example, anti-bullying)

    Open to All

    All students whose parent/guardian has signed a registration/permission slip form may use the SBHC, regardless of income or health care coverage.