COVID-19 vaccines for kids ages 5-11 are HERE!
Everyone ages 5 and up is now eligible for a free COVID-19 vaccine, in fact the CDC recommends that children ages 5-11 receive the vaccine. Vaccinations are available for all ages at all School Health Clinic sites - see our special walk-in hours below:
Franklin-McKinley Neighborhood Health Clinic - walk-in Tuesdays ONLY 2-6pm
645 Wool Creek Drive San José, CA 95112 - (408) 283-6051
Garden Alameda Neighborhood Health Clinic - walk-in Fridays ONLY 1:30-6pm
855 Lenzen Ave, San Jose CA 95126 (408) 535-4729
Gilroy Neighborhood Health Clinic - walk-in Wednesdays ONLY 3-7:15pm
9300 Wren Avenue Gilroy, CA 95020 - (408) 842-1017
Overfelt Neighborhood Health Clinic - walk-in Wednesdays ONLY 3-7:15pm
1835 Cunningham Avenue San José, CA 95122 - (408) 347-5988
San José High Neighborhood Health Clinic - walk-in Mondays ONLY 3-7:15pm
1149 E. Julian Street, Bldg. H San José, CA 95116 - (408) 535-6001
Washington Neighborhood Health Clinic - walk-in Thursdays ONLY 3-7:15pm
100 Oak Street*, Room F-3 San José, CA 95110 - (408) 295-0980
News and Events
School Health Clinics' partnership with Uplift Family Services and Pacific Clinics to provide integrated behavioral health care has shown remarkable success in its first year. Learn more about the powerful impact that the Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) model has in advancing and innovating Medi-Cal (CalAIM) in this White Paper and Report published by Uplift Family Services.
School Health Clinics is a No Hit Zone: an environment that is safe, secure, and supportive for children, adults, and families with the mission to create a positive parent-child relationship, and reduce the harm that hitting causes children. Learn more here.
Flu shots are here! There's no better time than now to prepare for the coming flu season. Call your local School Health Clinics location today to schedule your vaccination!
Join our Board of Directors!
School Health Clinics is seeking patients or patient family members to join its Board of Directors. Board members play a critical role in helping us deliver health care to those in our community who need it most. We strive to have a Board of Directors that is diverse with a wide range of experiences and perspectives. If you are a user of School Health Clinics' services, you are qualified to serve on our board. Your voice and experiences can help our board understand what our patients want and need. Learn more about the role of board members at SHC here, or email us at email@example.com for more information.
School Health Clinics of Santa Clara County improves the health and well-being of more than 5,400 low income, medically underserved individuals each year by providing easily accessible, high-quality health care. Our six clinics are located on public school campuses in San José and Gilroy, and offer comprehensive primary and preventive care including immunizations, well-child checkups, behavioral health services, and reproductive health services. Our mission is to provide essential, high-quality, and affordable health care services for adults and children in the local community.
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