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11- HCIS Comprehensive Services k-12/Workshops

June 11, 2024

Services are provided at the school-based health clinic site, various elementary, middle schools, and high school campus sites, patient homes, and the Medical Doctoru2019s community office site.u00a0u00a0

Our model is combined with two service modality theories -u201cTraveling Nurse & Emergency Room Servicesu201d

Educational and Community Based Youth Workshops

  • Behavioral Health and Mental Illness
  • Chronic Diseases: Anemia, Dyslipidemia, STIs/HIV, Tuberculosis
  • Injury and Violence Prevention
  • Nutrition, Obesity Prevention and Physical Activity
  • Oral Health
  • Substance Abuse & Tobacco Use

HCIS engages in outreach in communities and conduct interactive workshops to inform youth about health-related topics, including teensu2019 rights and access to health care. HCIS workshops feature lively, engaging discussions with the audience.

The workshops are presented during advisory periods, health classes, and other settings that the school may request. Although the above topics are our most-often requested presentations, we realize that these only scratch the surface of the many challenges teens face today. If you have a suggestion for a topic we have not outlined, feel free to contact us and we will do our best to make it happen!

Educational and Community Based Adult Workshops

  • Behavioral Health and Mental Illness
  • Chronic Diseases
  • Injury and Violence Prevention
  • Nutrition, Obesity Prevention and Physical Activity
  • Oral Health
  • Substance Abuse & Tobacco Use
  • Unintended Pregnancy

SERVICES PROVIDED AT HCIS CLINIC

Health Care Integrated Services (HCIS), a School-Based Health Center that rotates to various schools to improve the health and well-being of the students. HCIS is here to support students towards academic enrichment through primary and behavioral health services to create a healthy and safe learning environment for students within this school district.

Parental consent is required for the following services provided to patients/students under the age of 18:

  • Physical exams for school, sports, and campus
  • Treatment for acute & chronic illness & injuries
  • Vision/hearing screenings and follow-ups
  • Oral/dental screening and follow-up
  • Immunizations; including COVID-19 Vaccination
  • Basic laboratory services & tests
  • Individual, group, family, and community education
  • Referrals for specialty services

Current California Law allows for confidential services to minors 12 and over in these areas:

  • Pregnancy tests and referrals
  • Sexually transmitted disease screenings, treatments, and counseling
  • HIV screening and referrals
  • Physical/sexual abuse counseling and referrals
  • Crisis or Trauma Intervention
  • Substance abuse education, counseling, and referrals
  • Mental health assessment, counseling, and referrals