Lewiston-Auburn School-Based Health Centers

School Based Health Centers keep your children in school and you at work or home, when students are ill or need support.

If any of your children go to Lewiston High or Middle, Edward Little or Auburn Middle, please read on – great news!

Our School Based Health Centers (SBHCs) help your children succeed in school and in life by keeping them healthy and ready to learn.  We deliver quality health care to children and adolescents when they in school. School-based health centers focus on promoting healthy lifestyles and indentifying illness early.  This helps prevent more serious illness later on.

School based health centers make it easy for students to get care.  Many parents work or do not have an easy way to get their child to and from the doctor’s office when they are at school.  School-based health centers solve this dilemma!  Our school-based health centers are at Lewiston and Auburn’s middle and high schools.

Each School based health center is staffed by a nurse practitioner and a  behavioral health counselor trained to assist with mental health or substance use issues, and an administrative clinical assistant (ACA).

PARENTS AND GUARDIANS:  Please complete the Enrollment Packet so that your child can start having his/her healthcare at your local high or middle school!  Enrollment is free!  We can help you apply for Medicaid health insurance for your child; we have a sliding fee scale so our care is affordable for your family!


School Based Health Centers Mission

To provide timely, friendly, integrated, culturally competent and confidential access to high-quality comprehensive acute and preventative healthcare services that meet the unique needs of the school community while promoting lifelong healthy living and learning.  Care is based on assessed health status and needs as well as sounds school health policies, developed in collaboration with school nurses and staff, primary care and other healthcare providers in our community.