• School Based Health Center

    • All New London Public Schools (except Harbor School) have a School-Based Health Center on site.  The school district’s community partner, Child & Family Agency of Southeastern Connecticut, operates the five centers. 
    • A School-Based Health center is different from the school nurse’s office and your community primary care doctor, but works in collaboration with them.  
    • Students must be signed up for School-Based Health Center services by a parent/legal guardian.  
    • Health insurance is billed for services provided, but there is no cost to the family (no co-pays, deductible costs, or out-of-pocket expenses).  
    • Each School-Based Health Center has a Nurse Practitioner (APRN) and a Masters level Mental Health Clinician.  
    • You can find registration forms at the school-based health center, in your school nurse’s office, or at the Welcome Center. 
    • Or, you can register online:
    • English online registration form: https://www.childandfamilyagency.org/schoolreg/
    • Spanish online registration form: https://www.childandfamilyagency.org/schoolreg-spa/

    Once signed up, students can receive services.

Medical Services Provided

  • Well-child care (physical exams)

    • New-entry to school district
    • Annual school physicals
    • Sports participation physicals
    • Camp or Work physicals


    • Required for school (e.g.: IPV, Tdap, MMR, etc.)
    • Recommended by American Academy of Pediatrics(e.g.: Flu, HPV, Menactra)

    Acute care visits

    • Colds, URI, strep throat, conjunctivitis, etc.

    Collaboration with student’s community primary care provider
    Refer for primary care provider(s) & HUSKY medical insurance

    • Access-to-Care

    Chronic Conditions Education & Management

    • Asthma
    • Weight management (nutrition and physical activity counseling)

    Mental Health Screens

Mental Health Services Provided

  • Counseling Services

    • Individual
    • Family
    • Group

    Psycho-Social Assessments, Diagnosis, and written treatment plans

    Crisis Intervention

    Education on mental health topics and classroom presentations (psychoeducation)

    Consultation to school staff

    Referral to community mental health services

Further Questions

  • If you have any questions regarding School-Based Health Center services or would like to schedule a medical appointment, please call our administrative office and our front desk staff will assist you!  
    (860) 437-4555.  SBHC services are available year-round!