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School-Based Health Centers

"The first wealth is health."

—Ralph Waldo Emerson

What:  School-Based Health Centers offer FREE and confidential medical care, mental health counseling, health education, and leadership opportunities to Alameda youth. School-Based Health Centers utilize a multidisciplinary approach to healthcare in order to promote the health and well being of youth.

Who:  High School students attending any of the public high schools (including charters) in Alameda are eligible for services.

Where:  Health Centers are located at Alameda and Encinal high schools and serve all high school students from Alameda public schools.  

Why:  By offering free medical, mental health, health education and youth development services on school grounds, the Health Centers surmount barriers that can prevent youth from accessing care. 

The Health Centers’ focus on prevention and early identification of risk factors aims to  reduce barriers to learning and to support families and our community.

Contact BRIDGE Group Facilitator SB McKenna on the BRIDGE Program and Groups offered, or call: (510) 219-0715.

More information about School-Based Health Centers

Since 1996, the Alameda Community Learning Center (ACLC) has been Alameda's creative and rigorous college-prep program.

Serving grades 6-12, spanning middle and high school curricula, with the added benefit of concurrent college classes throughout the Peralta College District, ACLC has an extraordinary reputation among parents, educators and college admissions officers.

We are known for educating the leaders of tomorrow and we are enthusiastic about our learners' academic, artistic and social relevance in today's world.

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