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Student, Family, and Community Supports (SFCS)

Contact Information

Physical Address:
6400 Uptown Blvd. NE Suite 340 West Albuquerque 87110 Map

Phone: (505) 855-9800
Fax: (505) 830-1771

Full staff listing

Who We Are

The Student, Family, and Community Supports Division includes three departments and two division support units that work together utilizing the Coordinated School Health approach.

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Wellness Yucca


We support the achievement of all students in partnership with their families and communities through a coordinated school health approach.


Coordinated School Health Department

The Coordinated School Health Department connects students, schools, families and community partners to opportunities and services that reduce barriers to learning and promote student and school success.

Counseling Services Department

The Counseling Services Department uses developmentally appropriate, data-informed, school counseling programs designed to ensure that all students have equitable access to rigorous education, social/emotional support, and skill development necessary to ensure college and career readiness.

Nursing Services Department


Healthy Students + Engaged Families & Communities = Successful Students

The Nursing Services Department recognizes the connection between health and learning and are committed to improving student health throughout the district.

Accountability/Medicaid Operations

The Accountability/Medicaid Operations department provides support and technical assistance for all SFCS Division programs and staff to ensure accountability for all programs.

Medicaid School Based Services (MSBS)

Medicaid School Based Services (MSBS) promotes student wellness by maximizing program revenue to support and expand health related services for students and their families.

Medicaid Enrollment

Medicaid Enrollment is the MSBS Presumptive Eligibility / Medicaid On-Site Application Assistance (PE/MOSAA) program designed to help students and families with the process of Medicaid enrollment and can also provide families with emergency PE cards that entitle them to obtain medical care while they wait for their application to be processed.

Data Management

The Data Management Unit provides support and technical assistance for all SFCS Division programs and staff to help ensure programs are implemented and maintained based on data informed decisions.




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