Coronavirus Update: School-based Health Centers Are Still Open
Denver Health's School-based Health Centers (SBHC) are currently open for in-person visits or telehealth appointments. Remember SBHC services are offered at NO COST to all Denver Public Schools (DPS) students!
As we adapt to meet our community needs during the COVID-19 response, we request that all patients call ahead to learn how to access care: 303-602-8958. Services offered by the SBHC may include:
- Telehealth Options
- Mental health and substance use counseling
- Consultations on sick visits
- Oral health screenings and triage for further dental care
- Screenings for comprehensive wellness and mental health
- Asthma checks
- Consultations for medicine refills, and more.
For more information on Denver Health's response to COVID-19, please visit DenverHealth.org/Coronavirus.
How to Register Your Child
Our services are conveniently located at 18 different sites all throughout Denver. If you would like your student to be able to use the SBHCs, please complete the E-Consent form.
SBHC services are available to any DPS student. If you do not see your student’s school listed, please select the site that is most convenient for your family. If you have questions, please email us at SBHC@dhha.org or call us at (303) 602-8958
About Denver Health's School-based Health Centers
Denver Health's School-based Health Centers (SBHC) form a large network of health centers located inside Denver Public School (DPS) campuses that serve any DPS student as well as children enrolled in DPS-affiliated Early Childhood Education programs at no charge to families. We offer medical, mental health, dental, health education and family planning, as well as insurance enrollment and advising services.
Our services are available at all locations throughout the school year and at a limited number of locations during the summer. School-based Health Centers offer convenient services that limit the amount of time students spend out of class and the amount of time parents/guardians have to take off work to attend appointments. In most cases, students can obtain same-day or next-day appointments.