Mobile Health Van

  • Stanford Teen Mobile Health Van Provides Free Wellness Services to Students

    Spanish

    For students who are 12-25 years old who are uninsured, underinsured, homeless and/or in need of sensitive health care support.

    2024 Summer School Health Van Dates

    Multilingual Learner Program Summer School
    • Location: Peninsula High School
    • Dates: Tuesday, June 18 and Tuesday, July 2
    • Time: 8:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    • Contact Paola Trujillo: 650-558-2408

     
    SMUHSD General Education Summer School
    • Location: Capuchino High School
    • Date: Thursday, July 11
    • Time: 8:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    • Contact Maritza Fernandez: 650-558-2722

    SMUHSD District Office (Vaccines for incoming students)
    • Location: District Office
    • Dates: Thursday, July 25 and Tuesday, July 30
    • Time: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    • Contact Sara Devaney: 650-558-2222

    All services are free:

    • Immunizations
    • Complete physical exams
    • Acute illness and injury care
    • Pregnancy tests*
    • Pelvic exams*
    • Sexually transmitted disease testing and treatment*
    • Family planning*
    • HIV counseling and testing
    • Health education
    • Social services assessment and assistance
    • Referrals to community partners and agencies
    • Substance abuse counseling and referral*
    • Mental health counseling and referral*
    • Risk behavior reduction counseling
    • Nutrition counseling
    • Covid testing

    To schedule an appointment please call 650-736-7172 or talk to your school site health aide or wellness counselor

    All services and medications are provided at no charge to the students. Services* are sensitive healthcare needs which do not require parent approval or signature.
     
    The Teen Health Van program focuses on students who have limited or no healthcare. When a student can't access basic healthcare, it affects all areas of their lives including involvement in school and activities. The van also gives students quick and confidential access to sensitive healthcare needs meaning they no longer need to miss an entire day of school to address these issues.