We aspire to improve the well-being of students, their families, and communities through our clinical services and programs.

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Services and Resources

Call your RAHS health center for an appointment.

Physical Health - sports physicals, annual physicals, immunizations
Mental Health - individual and group therapy
Tangible Resources - food assistance, clothing closets, and personal items

 

Message to the community

From Your Community Advisory Council

RAHS school-based health centers partner with Community Advisory Councils (CACs) made up of volunteers from businesses, community and non-profit agencies, government departments, and educational organizations. These community leaders provide advice and connect the RAHS care providers and youth to resources in our communities. If you are interested in participating on your school-based health center's CAC, contact your RAHS school-based health center and talk to our staff. We're here to help and we're looking for more community partners to improve and expand our health and wellness offerings to youth in our community!

To learn more about RAHS, our school-based health centers, and the services we provide, please check out our website or stop by your RAHS school-based health center.

In Good Health,

Angie Spence, MPA
Director


 

Events & Resources

RAHS hosts health education events at our school-based health centers and also participates in community events to improve the health and well-being of our communities.
 

Upcoming Events

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