There are many resources available to assist with school-based health center development and technical support. The resources on this page have been divided into the following categories and are listed alphabetically by topic:
Costs and funding
School-based health centers: How are they financed? The following links provide results from national surveys describing the number of school-based health centers, where they are located, types of services offered, and how they are financed.
This list of implementation tools developed by the Center for Health and Health Care in Schools contains a sample of needs assessment tools, patient satisfaction surveys, recommended supply of medications and equipment.
Fact sheets produced by NASBHC.
Fact sheets developed on the following topics related to school-based health centers: Benefits, cost savings, mental health, childhood obesity, Medicaid and SCHIP, and increased access. After accessing the site, scroll down to the SBHC Fact Sheets.
School-based Dental Health: Clinical Operations and Management
Many school-based health centers include full dental services. Dr. Murray Rosenthal with support from the Center for Health and Health Care in Schools developed a step by step toolkit for establishing a dental program within school-based health centers.
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