About School-Based Health Care
School-based health care (SBHC) is a powerful tool for achieving health equity among children and adolescents who unjustly experience disparities in outcomes simply because of their race, ethnicity, or family income. It’s also a commonsense idea gaining currency across the country: place critically needed services like medical, behavioral, dental, and vision care directly in schools so that all young people, no matter their zip code, have equal opportunity to learn and grow.
These six compelling stories will allow you to experience SBHC through the eyes of our children and youth.
Produced by our state affiliates and school-based health funders, these videos offer a quick synopsis of SBHC services, benefits, and outcomes.