School-Based Health Centers Increase Attendance
New Research

Students touring mental wellness

A recent study in the Journal of Adolescent Health authored by The Los Angeles Trust for Children’s Health and partners reveals that students who utilized their school-based health (SBHC) and wellness center exhibited better attendance than those who did not.

According to the study, students who received care on campus demonstrated a significant increase in attendance, amounting to an improvement of 5.4 days per student year.