Sutter Health collaborates to bring health services closer to students

Five diverse students sit smiling in a student health center

Sutter Health, based out of Sacramento, Calif., is partnering with Twin Rivers Unified School District, the Neighborhood Wellness Foundation, and the Sacramento Native American Health Center to make mental and physical health resources more accessible for local teens.

In May, Grant Union High School opened a new student-based health center with two facilities on campus. The first facility, Pacers Take Space – Mind, opened in May and offers resources like group and individual mental health counseling, as well as a pantry stocked with food, clothing and hygiene products.

The second on-campus facility, Pacers Take Space – Body, opened in June and offers primary care visit services to students, including checkups, vaccination, physicals, and reproductive and sex education.

Learn more by watching Sutter Health’s Instagram video.

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