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Access to Health Services 

As a Seattle Public School, we are dedicated to maintaining and improving our students’ health first and foremost. Therefore, all SPS schools offer free health services throughout the district.

Students may access any SBHC and can choose based on convenience.

Seattle Early College students can access one of the 3 School Based Health Centers (SBHC) below.

Ingraham Teen Health Center

run by Public Health

Ingraham Contact

Teri Ginster, ARNP provides primary care including contraception.  

Ingraham Teen Health Center website

Hours – M-F 8am-4pm during the school year.  

Phone Number – 206-205-0430  

Ingraham SBHC Notes

For mental health counseling, Ingraham does not have capacity to see our students. However, nearby Valley Cities housed at 10521 Meridian Ave N. does walk-in behavioral health intakes on M-F, 8:30am-2pm. Their office number is 206-296-4660. If you would like access to their services, please call 253-939-4055. Additionally, on Tuesdays, Valley Cities at Meridian has walk-in substance abuse disorder/chemical dependency assessments from 8:30-2pm.


Garfield Teen Health Center (SU Preference)

run by Seattle Children’s/Odessa Brown. 

Garfield SBHC Contacts

Amy Andersen & Oriana Souers-Dilley, N.P., located in Room 102  

Garfield Teen Health Center website

Hours – M-F 8:30am-4pm during the school year except holidays/breaks.  

Phone Number – 206-860-0480  

Garfield SBHC Notes

Rosie Moore is the Mental Health Counselor at Garfield and has availability to see our students usually within the week. Dr. Sandy Walker is the psychiatrist there on Friday mornings from 9-11am.


Roosevelt School-Based Clinic (UW Preference)

run by Neighborcare

Roosevelt SBHC Contact

Auky Van Beek, PA-C is the Primary Care Provider. Rm 255  

Roosevelt Teen Health Center website

Hours – M-F 8am-4pm, school days only.  

Phone Number – 206-527-8336  

Roosevelt SBHC Notes

Nancy Schub and Natalie Wonder are the mental health counselors for Roosevelt. If they do not have capacity, it is best to make a medical appointment with Auky and get a referral to ACRS or Ryther.


Students in Crisis

Students in crisis can call the Crisis Clinic at 206-461-3222.

We have a relationship with Consejo Counseling & Referral Services. They will have a counselor come to your school at your request.