A nurse examines a student at a MaineHealth school-based health center

LincolnHealth School-Based Health Centers

School-based health centers (SBHCs) help keep students healthy and in school so parents can stay at work. LincolnHealth offers SBHC services at Medomak Valley High School, Boothbay Regional High School, Lincoln Academy and Morse High School. Local SBHCs are staffed by LincolnHealth care team members who evaluate and treat medical conditions such as:

  • Coughs and colds
  • Strains and sprains
  • Immunizations
  • Ear aches
  • Acne
  • Reproductive health
  • Sore throat
  • Flu
  • Well-child checks

Helping Students and Families Thrive

LincolnHealth’s School-Based Health Centers bring medical and behavioral health services into community schools to keep students and staff healthy. 

Enroll Your Child

Complete this form to enroll your child and provide consent for treatment at one of our school-based health centers.

Questions about enrollment? Call 207-633-1934.

Request an Appointment

After enrolling your child, you may complete this form to request an appointment at one of our school-based health centers.

Safe and Supportive Care by Trusted Health Professionals

Each school-based health center is staffed by professionals including; licensed clinical social workers (LCSW), nurse practitioners (NP) and a medical doctor (MD) who serves as medical director of operations.

Sometimes, children need to talk with someone who is unbiased, supportive and can offer a fresh perspective. While we encourage students to involve a parent or guardian in their care, questions that teens may have related to drug and alcohol use, mental health, sexually transmitted disease and family planning may not require parental notification or permission.

Behavioral health services are provided at LincolnHealth SBHCs by licensed clinical social workers (LCSWs) and other professionals who are placed directly on school campuses and can help with:

  • Relationship problems
  • Anger management
  • Alcohol or drug use
  • Academic struggles
  • Gender identity/sexuality concerns
  • Family issues
  • Self-esteem
  • Anxiety
  • Depression

Our team can help make referrals to doctors to help manage chronic illness or for other services a child or staff member may need that are not provided at the center. When needed, we connect students and families with other clinical and community services that are not provided at the school. SBHC staff can also help you find a primary care physician if you don’t have one.

Everyone is treated at LincolnHealth SBHCs regardless of their ability to pay. We accept private health insurance, MaineCare and self-payment. If you don’t have insurance or have limited benefits, we’ll get you started with the applications for MaineCare or CarePartners.

School-based health center hours vary by location. Stop by during school hours or call 207-633-1934 for more information.

  • Lincoln Academy -  81 Academy Hill Rd., Newcastle, Maine
  • Medomak Valley High School - 320 Manktown Rd, Waldoboro, Maine (also serves Medomak Middle School)
  • Boothbay Region High School - 236 Townsend Ave, Boothbay Harbor, Maine (also serves Boothbay Region Elementary School)
  • Morse High School - 826 Shipbuilder Dr, Bath, Maine

School Oral Health Program (SOHP)

With your permission, a health professional will provide a free oral health screening and apply a fluoride varnish treatment to help strengthen teeth, up to twice during the school year.

Contact Us

Phone: 207-633-1934
Secure Fax: 207-633-8407

Lincoln Academy 81 Academy Hill Rd, Newcastle, ME

Medomak Valley High/Middle School 320 Manktown Rd, Waldoboro, ME

Boothbay Region High/Elementary School 236 Townsend Ave, Boothbay Harbor, ME

Morse High School 826 Shipbuilder Drive, Bath, ME