School Programs & Services
Students have access to our school-based health programs located throughout Muskegon County.
The Muskegon Teen Health Center, located at Muskegon High School, provides medical, dental and behavioral health services to students. Students have access to care and services during regular school days between the hours of 8:00 am to 4:30 pm (we are closed from 12:30 to 1:00 for lunch) on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Our Friday hours are from 8:00 am to 3:00 am (we are closed from 12:30 to 1:00 for lunch).
Our awesome, cool staff assist students with:
- Evaluation and treatment of acute and chronic conditions
- Dental care
- Behavioral health counseling
- Sports physicals
- Pregnancy testing
- Sexually transmitted infection diagnoses and treatment
- HIV screening and referral
Call 733-6680 to schedule your child’s appointment.
Oakridge Teen Health Center
Students have access to care and services during regular school days between the hours of 7:30 am to 4:30 pm (we are closed from 12:30 to 1:00 for lunch) on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Our Friday hours are from 7:30 am to 11:30 am (we are closed from 12:30 to 1:00 for lunch). We encourage parents to complete and sign a consent form for their child to be seen at the health center. Our current focus is on Oakridge students ages 5 to 21. Children outside of that age range are able to be seen after school hours. The Teen Health Center is located in the Middle School in Room 14. There is an exterior entrance near the parking lot for access after 3:00 PM.
Remember that we can coordinate care with your current family physician and we can be your primary medical home if you do not have one. The Oakridge Teen Health Center accepts most private insurances, Medicaid and offers a Sliding Fee Scale program to those that qualify. We do not charge co-pays for anyone between the ages of 10-21.
We are here to serve you. Please call 733-6830 for an appointment.
Muskegon Teen Health Center
The Muskegon Teen Health Center was made possible by the generous donations of the following community organizations, partners and private donations. We thank you for your commitment and dedication to the overall health of the students of Muskegon County.
Hackley Community Care, Muskegon Oceana Community Partnership, Muskegon Public Schools, Safe Schools Healthy Students, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Outstate Michigan, The Gerber Foundation, Early childhood Investment Corporation, ALCOA Foundation, United Way of the Lakeshore, Community Foundation for Muskegon County.
School Network Hub
The Muskegon Teen Health Center (THC), at Muskegon High School serves as the Network Hub and has oversight of four satellite schools that include: Muskegon Heights Public Academy, Nelson Elementary School, Muskegon Covenant Academy, and Marquette Elementary School.
The School Network Hub is a model of care for underserved children and youth that increases coordination of medical and behavioral healthcare services. The Network Hub and satellite sites serve as a natural anchor for kids, residents, neighborhoods, and schools.
School Wellness Model
The School Wellness Program provides health screenings, health education, counseling, and other health resources to youth through the care of a School Nurse and a Behavioral Health Provider.
Behavioral Health Model
The Behavioral Health Service Program is designed to provide counseling, mental health education, and other community resources to youth through the care of a licensed Behavioral Health Provider.
School Wellness Program at Muskegon Middle School
The School Wellness Program (SWP) provides on-site health care services, screenings and health education to students at Muskegon Middle School. Services also include RN nursing, mobile dentistry and behavioral health counseling.