Together in Health is a School Based Health Center partnership between The Wright Center and local area school districts that aims to improve the health, wellness and academic performance of the students and remove barriers to learning through the establishment of a School Based Health Center (SBHC) model. The program is currently operational in the Scranton School District.
How does our staff partner with school staff?
School nurses, counselors, special educators, teachers and administrators can help identify students who can benefit from our services and refer them to our primary care or mental health services. This creates a community connection between the staff and our Health Center.
What if your child does not have health insurance?
The Wright Center’s Together in Health locations operate as a safety net provider in our community; our medical services are provided to students regardless of their ability to pay. The Together in Health team can help your family navigate the health care system and find a plan that is best for your child and family.
Comprehensive Primary Care Services
Mental Health in partnership w/ Scranton Counseling Center
Preventive Well Visits
Behavioral Health Screenings
Dental Health Care Services
The Together in Health Center is accepting new patients. For your child to be seen at our School Based Health Center during school hours, your child must:
1) Be a Scranton School District Student
2) Register as a patient of the Together in Health Center and have parental consent – by completing all required forms.
3) Children in grades 6-8 may be seen with your consent and without a guardian present, allowing you to stay at work or tending to other responsibilities with the peace of mind that your child’s medical needs are being met.
4) Please complete all forms in the “Parent Packet” that was sent home with your student, and send back in a timely fashion. Without these forms, we cannot treat your child! All required forms can also be found below:
We Partner With: