Services include, but not limited to:

  • Adolescent Health

  • Allergy Injections

  • Chronic Illness

  • Comprehensive Physicals

  • Concussion Assessment/Management

  • Hemoglobin

  • Immunizations

  • Minor Illness/Injury

  • Urinalysis

  • Pregnancy/STD/HIV Testing

  • Health Promotion/Risk Reduction Education

  • Strep Testing

  • TB Testing

  • Vision and Hearing Screening

  • Referrals for healthcare services we are unable to provide at SHACC.


Students with poor academic performance, disciplinary issues and truancy may be dealing with a mental health issue such as anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, relationship difficulty, anger, self- harm, high risk behaviors, etc. One in five teens and young adults experience mental health illness regardless of social status.  The key is awareness and acceptance.  

Misunderstanding mental health leads to discrimination and stigma which affects the student’s willingness to seek help for the issues that he/she is struggling with. Students need to be reassured that it is common for adolescents to experience mental health issues that interfere with the ability to do well in school and that it is “okay” to ask for help.  

A team of trained mental health professionals are available year-round at SHACC for individual and group counseling and resources. Counselors guide students to develop the skills needed to manage the issues and allow them to be successful at school.


Prime For Life® is a motivational risk reduction program. It is used most with students who have had a legal or policy violation such as impaired driving, possession, or workplace violation, but it is relevant for everyone. Prime for Life helps foster attitudes, beliefs, and understanding that helps students reduce risk for any type of alcohol or drug problem. It also creates a unique self-assessment experience to help students be more aware of what they value, what they are risking, and how to protect the things that mean the most in their lives.  The SHACC offers one, three-session class of Prime for Life focused on marijuana and one, three-session class of Prime for Life focused on alcohol each month.   Students must attend all three sessions consecutively for completion and must be on time.


CATCH My Breath is a best-practices youth E-cigarette prevention program developed by The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) School of Public Health. The program provides up-to-date information to teachers, parents, and health professionals to equip students with the knowledge and skills they need to make informed decisions about the use of E-cigarettes. CATCH My Breath utilizes a peer-led teaching approach and meets National and State Health Education Standards.  The SHACC offers a two-session class.  Students are required to attend both sessions consecutively for completion and must be on time.  


Tobacco Education Program is a two-session class for students who have violated the school's tobacco use policy.  It is designed to be a positive learning experience.  The program will provide students with oppportunities to evaluate their own tobacco use, explore options to tobacco use, and consider healthier life styles.    The SHACC offers a two-session class.  Students are required to attend both sessions consecutively  for completion and must be on time.

Kevin P. Cooper, DDS, Pam Cooper, RDH, and Tyler Aikens, Dental Assistant are providing cleanings, x-rays and basic dental care! Services will be billed to the student's insurance company, with no additional payment due. Students without insurance can receive assistance filing for Medicaid or Healthy Kids or will be eligible for services based on a sliding fee scale of only $10.