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School-Based Health Centers Open

The COVID guidelines below were for the 2020-2021 school year. New guidelines for the 2021-2022 school year are being determined by APS and will be posted as soon they are available.

The centers are COVID-safe and open for on-site care and telemedicine.

Open to All Students

  • Open to all APS students and APS charter students (not adults).
  • Teens can call to make appointments for themselves to access confidential sexual and reproductive health services and behavioral health services.

No COVID Testing or Treatment

School-Based Health Centers don't provide COVID testing or treatment. Visit the NMDOH Coronavirus Site for testing and treatment information.

Call to Make an Appointment

See each health center for details on if they are open for on-site care and/or telemedicine.

For elementary school students:

  • East San Jose Elementary: (505) 244-0334
    (Provider: UNM Medical Group)
  • Emerson Elementary: (505) 308-8061
    (Provider: First Nations Community HealthSource)

For middle school students: 

  • Grant Middle: (505) 308-8061
    (Provider: First Nations Community HealthSource)
  • Van Buren Middle: (505) 256-2555
    (Provider: UNM Medical Group)
  • Wilson Middle: (505) 308-8061
    (Provider: First Nations Community HealthSource)
  • Washington Middle: (505) 248-1116
    (Provider: UNM Medical Group)

For high school students: 

Services Provided

  • Behavioral Health: Emotional wellness screening and counseling, Therapy, Psychiatry, Substance abuse counseling and referrals when needed
  • Medical Care: Wellness exams, Vaccines, Sports physicals, Reproductive and sexual health services, Injury and illness care, Immunizations
  • Case Management: Available for students receiving care who need this service.
  • Dental Care: Cleaning, fluoride, and sealants are available at select sites:
    • East San Jose Elementary: (505) 244-0334
    • Van Buren Middle: (505) 256-2555
    • Highland High: (505) 256-3363


University of New Mexico Medical Group

Call Priscilla Juarez, UNM SBHC Program Office Supervisor, at (505) 272-5132.

First Nations Community HealthSource

Website coming for appointments and SBHC forms.

If for any reason you are not able to reach anyone at First Nations Community HealthSource to assist you with your appointment needs, please contact Linda Stone at (505) 262-6546.

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