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SBHC: Behavioral Health for High School-Aged Patients

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May 7, 2020

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SBHC: Behavioral Health for High School-Aged Patients

  1. 1. School-Based Health Center Innovations Behavioral Health for High School-Aged Patients Session IV May 7, 2020 Brought to you by:
  2. 2. • Approach to delivering BH to high school aged patients not physically present in schools • Strategies and resources for making the pivot from in-person to telecare • Operational and IT support for both patients and providers in the transition to telecare Important Take-Aways:
  3. 3. Katy Stinchfield, MS, LPC Licensed School Counselor and Senior Program Manager - SBHA Sarah Lappostato School-Based Health Center Program Manager – CHC, Inc. Victoria Hill, LCSW Behavioral Health Clinician II - CHC, Inc. Yvette Highsmith–Francis Vice President, Eastern Region – CHC, Inc. Sydney Kennedy Senior Service Desk Analyst – CHC, Inc. Natasha Welz, LCSW Behavioral Health Clinician ll – CHC, Inc. Today’s Faculty Panel
  4. 4. We Believe…In the transformational power of the health and education intersection
  5. 5. School-Based HealthAllianceAlliance Statement on COVID-19 Federal and State Policy Changes Letters to Congress National SBHC Sponsors School Health & School Personnel Resources Social Media Pages to Follow Symptom & Intervention Resources Listening and Learning Session Information And MORE! https://www.sbh4all.org/ https://www.sbh4all.org/resources/covid-19-resources/
  6. 6. Locations in Connecticut  Founding year: 1972  Hubs/Locations: 18/210  Patients per year: 100,000
  7. 7. Health Care is a Right, Not a Privilege
  8. 8. School-Based Health Services Across CT
  9. 9. IT
  10. 10. IT
  11. 11. Thank You! Please contact us with your questions. WeitzmanLearning@chc1.com For more information, visit our websites: www.sbh4all.org www.weitzmaninstitute.org/coronavirus

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