School-based Health Centers

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Student health centers provide primary medical care, mental health care, substance use disorder counseling, nutrition education, health education and promotion and case management for students at the school. The specific services provided by school-based health centers vary based on community needs and resources as determined through collaborations between the community, the school district and the health care providers. AIRS HL-8120.8030-800

325 Public Street
Providence, RI 02905
Phone: 401-752-2674
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Organization Name: The Metropolitan Regional Career and Technical High School
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Address:
325 Public Street
Providence, RI 02905
Phone: 401-752-2674
Eligibility:

High School students in Rhode Island

Services Provided:

The Met is a state funded public school district

The Metropolitan Regional Career and Technical Center offers a unique and innovative career and technical program to all high school aged children in Rhode Island.

Lena Correa is Director of Special Education

Provider Profiles:

The Met Community School(MCS) was created in 2003 to offer academic and enrichment programs to the Met Community through funding from the 21st Century Community Learning Centers and the US. Department of Education. The MCS targets all Met students, their families and our community that extends beyond our neighborhoods and throughout the state. Programs are held at our Public and Peace Street Campuses which include spaces in the 5 small schools, Media and Arts Center, Fitness Center, Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation as well as in community settings.

The Metropolitan Regional Career and Technical Center (MET School). The Providence Community Health Centers, Inc. operates a school-based clinic during the academic year at The Met School. The Adolescent Health Center serves as a “medical home” for the Met students. It serves students from ages 13 to 20. The Health Center delivers a comprehensive array of services.

Source: Rhode Island Dept of Health, Office of Special Needs
Last Updated: 9/20/2021