Keeping kids healthy and ready to learn
McMinnville School Based Health Center (SBHC) is a
partnership between McMinnville School District, Sunrise
Family Clinic, Yamhill County, and Capitol Dental, offering
physical, dental, and mental health care to any child in the
McMinnville School District.
The SBHC has re-opened!
SBHC reception hours:
Tuesdays: 8am-2pm (FNP hours as well)
Wednesdays: 9am-1pm (FNP hours as well)
Outside FNP hours, telemedicine appointments are also available for students through the main clinic. They can be scheduled through the patient portal, or you can call us at at main clinic line at 503-474-3600 and identify yourself as a McMinnville SBHC patient (or new SBHC patient).
Mental health SBHC needs can call Yamhill County Family and Youth at 503-434-7462.
Outside normal business hours, if your child has a primary care provider (PCP), you may contact them. If you do not, you may call the sponsoring clinic, Sunrise Family Clinic at 503-435-8920, and identify yourself as a SBHC client. Please see the COVID-19 page for current clinic information.
For Mental Health needs:
Please contact Yamhill County Family & Youth at 503-434-7462.
For Dental needs:
Please contact Capitol Dental at 800-525-6800.
If you are experiencing a MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS, there are crisis lines available 24 hours/day:
• Yamhill County Crisis line: (844) 842-8200
• YouthLine- Call 1-877-968-8491 or Text teen2teen to 839863 (No problem is too big or too small to text or chat about!)
• National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or text “CONNECT” TO 741741
• The Trevor Project- 1-866-488-7386 (LGBTQ+)
• Friends for Survival, Inc.- 1-916-392-0664 - National support for survivors of suicide.
We know it is hard to be home instead of in school. To helps support you, we have, and continue to, collect lots of (mostly free) resources on our COVID-19 Resource page.
About McMinnville School Based Health Center (SBHC):
We all know that healthy kids learn better. When you are sick or in pain, it's hard to concentrate on school. SBHCs ensure that kids can get the care they need, without missing much class time.
SBHCs are a unique health care model for comprehensive physical, mental and preventive health services provided to youth and adolescents on school property. With easy access to health care in a school setting, SBHCs reduce barriers such as cost, transportation, and concerns that often keep children and youth from seeking the health services they need. McMinnville SBHC provides a full range of physical, mental and preventative health services to all students, regardless of their ability to pay.
SBHC referrals: want to send/bring a McMinnville School District student to the SBHC for any of the below services?
SBHC Services Include:
· Routine physicals, well-child exams, and sports exams
· Diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic illnesses
· Treatment of minor injuries/illnesses
· Vision, dental and blood pressure screenings
· Vaccination administration
· Alcohol and drug treatment and prevention
· Preventive health and wellness messaging delivery
· Counseling and referral for mental health concerns
· Health and wellness classroom education
· Medication prescription as indicated
· Expanded practice dental hygiene services
· Coordination with primary care providers or Sunrise Family Clinic at McMinnville SBHC can be primary care provider
When is McMinnville SBHC open?
See contact us page for current hours.
Where is McMinnville SBHC and how do we contact you?
McMinnville SBHC is at 1500 NE Baker St., McMinnville, OR 97128 (in the old district administrative building). You can come by, contact us via e-mail (email@example.com), call (503) 565-5300, text (503) 302-3248, or call the Sunrise main office at (503) 474-3600.
Who would I (or my child) see at the SBHC?
The staff of the clinic include receptionists, medical assistants, nurse practitioners, dental hygienists, and counselors.
Who can be seen?
Students in the McMinnville school district, regardless of insurance.
What about billing?
- McMinnville SBHC wants patients to receive the care they need, regardless of ability to pay. We do not refuse care for inability to pay. For physical health, we are required to follow applicable billing laws and rules (which means co-pays and deductibles typically apply per our contracts with insurance companies), but we accept most insurances, and a sliding scale and hardship applications are available for all, with or without insurance. We won't turn a student away because they don't have the money to pay. We are also happy to coordinate with or direct people to available local free and low cost resources (such as McMinnville Free Clinic) as needed.
- For mental health, a special grant covers the salary of the provider, so no fees are charged to parents.
- For dental health, grants cover most care as well. Referrals are also available to a local dentist if issues are found.
Students between the ages of 12 and 19 who visit the SBHC may be asked to complete an anonymous survey after their visit. The survey asks about the student’s satisfaction and experience at the SBHC, as well as some general questions about their physical and mental health status. Students can refuse to take the survey and this will not affect their ability to get care at the SBHC. To see a copy of the survey or if you have questions about the survey, please contact the SBHC State Program Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact information (during SBHC business hours):
1500 NE Baker St.
McMinnville, OR 97128
Or call or text the main office anytime:
Main Phone: 503-474-3600
Text line: 971-312-2292 (nonurgent texts only)
Providing excellent and caring health care in partnership with patients and families!
Sunrise Family Clinic 320 SE Baker St., McMinnville, OR 97128