SBHCs: School-Based Health Centers

Healthy Bodies, Strong Minds

What is a school-based health center?

School-based health centers (SBHCs) offer a safe place for students to receive free and confidential health services, information, and programming on health education, mental and sexual health, and violence and drug prevention, among others. SBHCs are great resources for youth who may not have health insurance or consistent access to health services.

Does WCCUSD have school-based health centers?

WCCUSD currently has six SBHCs, which are among 243 in California. They are located at the following high schools in our community:

De Anza Health Center at De Anza High School 
Gail Russell,
grussell@bacr.org
(510) 231-1440 ext. 27121 

Fact Sheet (2014)

James Morehouse Project at El Cerrito High 
Danielle Storer,
danielle@jmhop.org 
(510) 524-8252 

Fact Sheet (2014)

Hercules High School Student Health Center 
Rachel Delgado,
rdelgado@bacr.org
(510) 231-1429 ext. 25261 

Fact Sheet
(2012)

John F. Kennedy High School Health & Enrichment Center 
Bianca LaChaux,
blachaux@ymcaeastbay.org
(510) 307-4595 

Fact Sheet
(2012)

Pinole Valley High School Student Health Center 
Theresa Dade-Boone,
tdade-boone@ymcaeastbay.org 
(510) 374-0541 

Fact Sheet
(2012)

Richmond High School School-Based Health Center 
Terry Mitchell,
tmitchell@ymcaeastbay.org
(510) 215-3092 

Fact Sheet
(2014)

For more information about WCCUSD’s school health services, contact Tashaka Merriweather (Health Services Coordinator) at tmerriweather@wccusd.net or (510) 307-4506.
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