Denver Health School-Based Health Center on Manual Campus
Denver Health’s School-Based Health Centers (SBHCs) offers services for any DPS student and is available throughout the school year. SBHC offers convenient care at no charge to the family or student patient. Parental/Guardian consent is required and must be resubmitted each school year. Students in 6th grade and above may visit the health center without their parent/guardian present. Clinic staff encourages patients to discuss their health care with their parents. However, Colorado state law allows some visits to the health center to be confidential as appropriate. Information is not shared without patient and/or parental permission. The only exception is a life-threatening situation. Consent forms may be accessed here.
- Immunization and exemption information can be found here.
- Free Healthy Meals
- Homeless Education Network Resource Directory: English // Spanish
- Colorado Crisis Services
- Student Equity and Opportunity: Family Resources
- Mindfulness for middle schoolers – Release (short film) and teaching kids mindful techniques
- Hand in Hand Parenting (resource for emotional/social support)
- Teen support eBook (Hand in Hand Parenting resource)
- 211 United Way Resource Link
- Signs of Suicide website (SOS middle school program video)
Safe2Tell Colorado gives students a safe, anonymous way to help someone who is struggling or hurting. Learn what to look for, what to listen for, and what to report at the Safe2Tell website here.
Colorado Crisis Services – New Text Service
Coloradans can now use text to receive immediate and professional help to deal with any type of crisis situation. The new statewide crisis text service launched by Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners, a provider of Colorado Crisis Services (CCS), is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The text service is the latest resource for individuals needing mental health, substance abuse or emotional help before, during or after a crisis. Read more about the service here.