Roosevelt Health Center

Since 2000, the Roosevelt Health Center has been working to improve adolescent health and well-being. We provide access to comprehensive and high-quality health care services including primary medical and dental care, behavioral health services, and health education in a respectful & youth-centered environment. Services are free of cost to all students. Roosevelt Health Center is operated by La Clínica, in collaboration with Oakland Unified School District, Asian Community Mental Health Services, Alameda County Health Care Services Agency – School Health Services Coalition, and Elev8/Safe Passages Partnership.

San Lorenzo High School-Based Health Center

Since 1997, we have served students at San Lorenzo High School, Arroyo High School, and Sunset High School. The San Lorenzo High School-Based Health Center provides medical care including reproductive health services, sports physicals, prevention and treatment of STIs, health education and behavioral health services. Over half of San Lorenzo High students take advantage of services available and many students continue to receive services up to the age of 21.

Oakland Technical High School-Based Health Center (TechniClinic)

Since 2000, we have been providing high quality, youth-friendly services that include medical care, reproductive health, sports physicals, immunizations and management of acute and chronic conditions to Oakland Technical High School students. We also serve students enrolled at nearby Oakland International High School and recent graduates from both schools up to the age of 21. In addition, we provide individual and group counseling, and case management services. Patients are seen by a clinical health educator who conducts one-on-one appointments that cover issues such as sexual health, birth control, and nutrition. The health educator conducts classroom presentations and coordinates a Peer Health Education Group and helps students develop presentation and leadership skills. We are passionate about improving the health and wellness of the students in our school community.

Fremont High School-Based Health Center (Tiger Health Clinic)

The Fremont High School-Based Health Center (Tiger Health Clinic) opened its doors in 2000. At the Tiger Health Clinic, we use an integrated care model to provide holistic comprehensive support for our patients. We serve current students at Fremont High School and recent graduates up to age 21. We provide medical services including reproductive health, prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), sports physicals, and immunizations. Patients are also seen by a clinical health educator who conducts one-on-one appointments that cover issues ranging from sexual health to nutrition. In addition, we offer behavioral health services to students through an onsite behavioral health specialist. We also support community health education through the Fremont Youth Wellness Advisory Board (YWAB), a group comprised of peer health educators who are passionate about changing and improving the health of their school community.

Youth Heart Health Center

Youth Heart Health Center is a School Linked Health Center in the La Escuelita Education Center. All students that attend schools in the La Escuelita Education Center are welcome to use the center including students from La Escuelita Elementary School, MetWest High School, Dewey High School, and Yuk Yao Annex/Centro Infantil Annex Child Development Center. Siblings of students can access all services, as long as the siblings are between the ages of 3-21. Health insurance is not required and all services are provided without charge to students.

During COVID-19: We are accepting phone appointments for new and existing patients, ages 3-24. In person appointments are only available as needed. Students can make medical, counseling, and health education appointments. We will have a medical provider available by phone 8:30am-5:00pm, Monday-Friday, to answer medical questions, give advice, and send medication refills to pharmacies during school closures. Students and parents can call 510-481-4566.