School-Based Health Centers

What is a SBHC?  – View Brochure
A School-Based Health Center (SBHC) is a unique health care model for comprehensive physical, mental and preventive health care services for children and adolescents in a school setting. All registered students and school staff are eligible for appointments provided there is a consent form on file

School-Based Health Centers at Ashland and Eagle Point High Schools and at Butte Falls Charter School are recognized by Oregon Health Authority as Tier 3 Patient-Centered Medical Homes.

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We offer a full service medical home to meet primary and preventive healthcare needs.

  • Diagnoses and treatment of acute and chronic illness
  • Routine physical exams, including sports physicals
  • Vision, dental and blood pressure screenings
  • Oral health assessments and referral for dental care
  • Treatment of minor injuries
  • Prescription medications, when indicated
  • Over-the-counter medications to treat minor complaints, when approved by parent/guardian
  • Immunizations
  • Brief mental health screenings/counseling
  • Health education, counseling and wellness promotion
  • Referrals for health care services not provided at school-based health center
  • Oregon Health Plan (OHP) enrollment assistance

We will bill your health insurance plan, Medic­aid or other third-party insurer, when available. A generous sliding-fee schedule is available for students without insurance — just ask! Plus, we can help with application for insurance coverage. No student will be turned away due to the lack of insurance.

Appointments are encouraged; drop-ins are welcome.