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Linkages to Learning

 

How to Apply

Clients are usually referred through their school counselor or school staff, however families may self-refer

Documents To Bring

Eligibility Requirements

Mental health services are offered on a sliding scale basis for those without insurance access; students with Medicaid receive mental health services free of charge as Medicaid is billed directly for services. All other Linkages to Learning services are offered free of charge, however parent contributions, when possible, are accepted to support programming.

Fees and Payments

Mental health services are offered on a sliding scale basis for those without insurance access; students with Medicaid receive mental health services free of charge as Medicaid is billed directly for services. All other Linkages to Learning services are offered free of charge, however parent contributions, when possible, are accepted to support programming.

FAQ's

1.  How are schools selected to receive Linkages to Learning services?
 
Linkages to Learning services are offered at elementary and middle schools that have the highest  percentage of students who qualify for free and reduced meals (FARMS rate). With this in mind, considerations such as whether or not the school building has the space to house the program, are factored in as well.
 
2.  What services does Linkages to Learning provide?
3. Do all Linkages sites offer the same services?
 
With the exception of the additional expanded health services offered at the Linkages to Learning School-Based Health Centers, all Linkages sites offer the services listed above, but each site has a different number of staff to serve children and families.   The community education and development services offered at each site vary according to specific school communities’ needs. 

 

 Additional Information

No Additional Information at this time

 

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