UCSF Benihoff Children's Hospital Clinic at Castlemont
Teen Clinic Castlemont Health Center8711 MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland , CA 94605
Located next to Castlemont High School, the UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland community teen health center onsite provides comprehensive care for adolescents and teens including primary care, mental health, and wellness services clinic. The clinic is available to Castlemount's Students and community youth ages 12-24.
- Primary care,
- Reproductive health care and
- Behavioral health services.
Video and Telephone Appointments available Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays
Urgent in person clinic appointments available Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
Telehealth sessions available for students and families
Wellness Consultation available to school educators and staff
For an appointment, call (510) 428-3556, or drop in. Services include:
Email email@example.com for consultation appointments.
For mental health crisis call 911 or 1-800-309-2131
Tobacco Use Prevention Education (TUPE)
What is TUPE?
TUPE is strength-based, client-centered, healing-informed approach to school-based drug and alcohol education, intervention, and prevention. We amplify trusting and supportive relationships, student voices, and holistic mental health and healing practices to foster safe and sober campuses.
For more information:
Felicita Pedroza, Castlemont TUPE Life Coach
Youth UpRising is available to support youth and families, Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm. We're providing support in the following areas:
Food Distribution: Thursdays from 12:00 to 2:00
Mental Health Service
- Briahn Badelle, Director of Health & Wellness
- Providing telehealth to non-insured individuals
- Nycole Brown, Family Navigator
Career & Education Support
- Tsehayu Bantidagne, Career Specialist
For support and services:
Please call Youth UpRising at 510-777-9909
8711 MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA 94605
OUSD’s youth health centers offer a lot of services: mental health counseling, physical exams, sexual health support, and more. Staffers want students to know that COVID hasn’t shut the program down.