School Linked Health Services
The School Linked Health Services (SLHS) Program, funded through Alameda County Measure A funds, is a partnership between the City Of Berkeley (CoB) and the Berkeley Unified School District (BUSD). SLHS was created to improve health and education outcomes for K-5 students by strengthening, building and maintaining formal linkages between the CoB Public Health and BUSD.
Monday - Friday: 8:30 am to 5:30 PM
HEALTHY KIDS LEARN BETTER!
What services does the School Linked Health Services Program offer?
- Health consultations for BUSD families, staff and administration, with a focus on K-5 students. This includes links to Public Health Nursing case management. See our list of Public Health Consultation services for BUSD.
- Workshops and trainings on health-related issues for BUSD families, staff, and administration.
- Coordination of CoB Public Health programs in BUSD K-8 schools and support for BUSD in addressing health-related issues for students, families and staff. See our brochure of Public Health Programs for Berkeley Elementary schools.
School Linked Health Services Brochure (PDF)
School Linked Health Services Brochure (Spanish) (PDF)
Check out a copy of our newsletter, “Vital Signs!”
Who is the program for? Families of students in Berkeley Unified Schools, primarily in grades K-5
Cost for Services: Free
Languages Spoken: English and Spanish
Services are also available on evenings and weekends by special arrangement.
Some of our community partners include
Berkeley Unified School District
City of Berkeley Mental Health Family Youth and Children’s Services