The JUNEAU TEEN HEALTH CENTER offers convenient, confidential, and FREE health services in school-based clinics to high-school aged teens. Services are provided by scheduling an appointment with limited drop-in or same day appointments.
Comprehensive health services include:
Read more about our services in the ABOUT US tab above.
*SUMMER* Sports Physicals
Limited appointments will be available in early August. Call for more information:
Reproductive Health Care
Contact: Juneau Public Health Center
PARENT CONSENT FORM: Students who wish to use services at the Juneau Teen Health Center must have a signed parental consent form on file. If no consent is on file, then a teen can only receive reproductive health care services as stipulated by State of Alaska law (AS 25.20.025). If a parent prefers to withhold consent and signs the form accordingly, then no services will be made available to their teen.
A consent packet is sent annually to families by the Juneau School District so that parents can make an informed choice regarding their teen's access to health care in the school-based clinics. The consent packet includes a Notice of Informed Consent for all services offered at the clinics.
Questions regarding the form outlining parent options to give or withhold consent for their teen to use the school-based clinics, should be addressed to the Adolescent Health Care Coordinator.
Go to the CONSENT tab above to download a copy of the Parent/ Guardian Consent Form.
Our COMMUNITY PARTNERS: The Juneau Teen Health Center has been in operation since 1993. The school-based health center is funded and maintained through a six partner inter-agency collaboration. Each partner agency contributes resources and/or personnel and provides oversight for clinic operations.
The Juneau Teen Health Center partner agencies are:
The Juneau Teen Health Center would like to thank the Juneau Suicide Prevention Coalition, NAMI-Juneau and the Juneau Community Foundation for ongoing support of school-based Mental Health services.