OUSD partners with multiple agencies to provide school-based health centers at Oakland schools. The list below organizes health centers by the agencies that operate them:East Bay Agency for ChildrenFrick Health CenterEast Bay Asian Youth CenterOakland High Shop 55La Clínica de La RazaOakland Tech TechniClinicFremont Tiger ClinicHavenscourt Health CenterHawthorne/UPA Health CenterRoosevelt Health CenterYouth Heart Health CenterNative American Health CenterSeven Generations Health Center at SkylineSeven Generations at UFS/LifeMadison Health Center*Native provides operational support to Frick and Rising HarteFred Finch Youth CenterRising Harte Health CenterLifelong Medical CareElmhurst United Health CenterWOMS Health CenterUCSF Benioff Children's Hospital OaklandChappell Hayes Health Center at McClymondsYouth UpRising/Castlemont Health CenterSpecial Grants/Funding That Support Resource Area
Funding for OUSD's school-based health centers comes from Alameda County Health Care Services Agency, Kaiser Permanente, Atlantic Philanthropies, Oakland Fund for Children and Youth, and Measure B Facilities Bond Dollars.Links: Alameda County Public Health Department | Asian Health Services | Children's Hospital Oakland
East Bay Asian Youth Center | La Clínica de La Raza | LifeLong Medical Care | Native American Health Center
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