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Healthy Start

State-funded school-community collaborative grants for integrating services to meet desired results and to support academic success for children, youths and families.
Healthy Start - CalEdFacts
Part of California Department of Education's information and media guide about education in the State of California. For similar information on other topics, visit the full CalEdFacts.

Healthy Start Fact Sheet
Healthy Start was established in 1991 through Senate Bill 620, the Healthy Start Support Services for Children Act, to improve student learning and support families.

Healthy Start Annual Sustainability Report (DOC)
The Healthy Start Annual Sustainability Report provides guidelines and requirements to reflect a standardized date for submission.

Healthy Start Field Office External link opens in new window or tab.
Provides training and technical assistance services to the more than 1,000 public schools in California receiving SB 620 Healthy Start planning or operational grants.

LEA Medi-Cal Billing Option
This Local Educational Agency (LEA) program provides the federal share of reimbursement for health assessment and treatment for Medi-Cal eligible children and family members within the school environment.

Coordinated School Health and Safety Contacts
Contacts for Coordinated School Health, Sexual Health and HIV/STD Prevention Program, Health Services, School Nursing, Healthy Start, No Child Left Behind Title IV; Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities, Tobacco-Use Prevention Education, School Safety, and Violence Prevention.

Questions:   Coordinated School Health and Safety Office | 916-319-0920
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