SBHC Innovations: The Intersection of Public Health and Education
School-Based Health Center Innovations
The Intersection of Public Health and Education; Sharing strategies and plans for the
re-entry of school-based health
August 6, 2020
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Understand ways in which program staff and clinicians
can positively impact student & parent experiences as
we begin a new school year
Recognize the role that the Behavioral Health Clinicians
& School-Based Health staff can play in assuring a
smooth transition for students
Learn about School-Based Health resources & best
practices for students and their families
Hear and share examples & ideas for re-opening
processes and procedures
Today’s Faculty Panel
Yvette Highsmith–Francis, MM; Vice President, Eastern Region, Community Health Center, Inc.
Seleena E. Moore, MPH; Senior Program Manager, School-Based Health Alliance
Angie Lasiter; Coordinator, Bryant Public School's Hornet Health Center
Katelyn Warner, LPC; Behavioral Health Clinician – Community Health Center, Inc.
Do you feel parents and students know
that school-based services are a
resource for them?