Our School-Based Health Centers provide outpatient medical and mental health services directly inside your school. Our services are provided by an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) and a Master’s Level Behavioral Health Clinician employed by Child & Family Agency. We are experts in child and adolescent health. 

We can help your child with physical exams, immunizations, and sick visits.  We can also assist with behavioral/mental health problems, such as depression, anxiety, and ADHD.   

SBHCs eliminate barriers to treatment, such as access to care, scheduling conflicts, and transportation limitations. Students stay in school to receive needed care rather than leaving and needing caregivers to take time off work. Ultimately, providing these services on-site reduces missed class time!  

Clinicians are available for crisis intervention for any student enrolled in their SBHC. 

New London High School SBHC Medical Clinic

Medical Services offered:

  • Physical exams for school, camp, and sports 
  • Immunizations (Vaccines) 
  • Sick and Acute Care visits  
  • Prescriptions 
  • Education and management for mental health and chronic conditions such as asthma and weight management 
  • Labs 
  • Referrals 

Mental health Services offered:

  • Mental health screens, assessments, diagnosis, and treatment.  
  • Access to community-based psychiatry services.  
  • Counseling Services (individual, group, and family) 
  • Crisis Intervention 


Winthrop Elementary SBHC Mental Health Clinic

Frequently asked questions

Who can receive services?
School-Based Health Centers are not open to the public. Any student with a completed registration form who attends one of these following schools may receive services.

How do I register my child for their SBHC?
Please complete the required registration form to allow your child to receive services at their SBHC. For questions, please call CFA at 860-437-4550.

Will these services be billed to my insurance?
Health insurance is billed for services provided, but there is no out-of-pocket cost to the family (no co-pays, deductible costs, or out-of-pocket expenses) for services provided in school.