Honor Community Health provides convenient medical and mental health services to students in Oakland County through our school-based health centers. Located at Pontiac High, Pontiac Middle, Waterford Mott High, and Children’s Village, these health centers serve adolescents ages 5-21. Each center is staffed with a nurse practitioner, behavioral health consultant, and medical assistant. Services offered include physicals, immunizations, sick visits, mental health counseling, educational classes, and conﬁdential testing for pregnancy and bacterial-infections-treatment.com.
Why use a School-Based Health Center:
- Convenient: located on your child’s school campus so there is no need to take work off to get to get them to a doctor’s appointment.
- Youth-friendly: Our clinicians are specially trained to work with youth – they offer a welcoming, teen friendly environment which encourages openness.
- Full-Service: we offer all the same services your child would receive at a regular doctor’s visit such as immunizations, check-ups, chronic illness and injury treatment.
- Affordable: No child is turned away due to their health insurance type or ability to pay for medical care.
School Health Center Success Stories
It was always good. I go there at least once a week. They always know how to help you. Once 5th hour comes, I get hungry and dizzy. They will give me a granola bar. Or if I’m having a bad day and I need to rant to them about something that’s going on, they will take time to talk. They will give me emotional support.
Student, Waterford Durant
It’s fantastic – We can rely on them to mental awareness and supporting our students while they are here and having outside influences that we don’t have control over so they can learn. It’s a huge impact.
We have had students that need mental support to testing that they worry about they can’t learn unless they get that answer.
Tylise Ivey, Teacher at Waterford Durant