Community Health Center Inc. School Based Health Center (SBHC)
All students who enroll in the SBHC will be able to participate in Medical Services and/or Behavioral Health Counseling at Stratford High School. The medical provider, medical assistant and clinical psychologist are all friendly, qualified and licensed to provide care to adolescents.
Services at the SBHC are free or paid for by insurance (there are never any out of pocket costs)! They also accept all students regardless of whether or not they have insurance - CHC believes healthcare is a right, not a privilege.
Enrollment is currently available online at www.sbhc1.com - it's fast, safe and secure! Enrollment forms are also available in the main office. You may return it to Stratford High School c/o SBHC.
Medical Services include:
- PHYSICALS/ SPORTS PHYSICALS
- SICK VISITS
- SORE THROATS
- REPRODUCTIVE CARE
- VISION AND HEARING SCREENING
Behavioral Health Services include assessment and support with:
- LEARNING PROBLEMS
- MINDFULNESS MEDITATION
- CREATIVE THERAPY, WRITING, & EXPRESSION
- STRESS and MANAGEMENT
- SELF ESTEEM and CONFIDENCE
- ADJUSTMENT TO CHANGING LIFE CIRCUMSTANCES
- GENDER AND SEXUAL IDENTITY ISSUES
- DEVELOPMENTAL CONCERNS
- SELF HARM AND SUCIDAL IDEATION ASSESSMENT
School Based Health Center (SBHC) Behavioral Health Services will continue for existing clients in need of counseling via TeleHealth (Phone/Video Conferencing). Please reach out to Dr. Savvides (firstname.lastname@example.org or 203.385.4230 x3028) if you are an existing client and interested in accessing these services during the school closure.
If you have further questions, please call:
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner: Angela Matera (203-385-4230 ext 3013)
Medical Assistant: Cassandra Maldonado (203-385-4230 ext 3013)
Clinical Psychologist, Catherine Savvides (203-385-4230 ext 3028)
For more information about the School Based Health Centers in the state and CHC, click on the link to the Community Health Center Website: www.chc1.com.