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 School-Based Health Centers


​The Office of Whole Child Supports​ is working to expand school-based health services to rural communities in Georgia. The goal is to provide students the best opportunity to succeed by addressing medical, behavioral, dental, and vision health needs. School-based health centers (SBHCs) are proven to be an effective method for addressing these needs by meeting students where they are – in school. This model of healthcare delivery helps to eliminate barriers such as transportation, accessibility, and cost for children and families living in communities with little to no access to healthcare.

Please visit these links to learn more.

Request for Proposals for SBHC Planning Grants 2022-2023​ (REVISED - DEADLINE EXTENSION)​


 Contact

​​​​Ruth Ellis
Program Specialist, School-Based Health Centers


Contact us at wholechild@doe.k12.ga.us​

​Find us on Twitter @GaDOEWholeChild​