School-Based Health Centers: Get in, get out, get back to class

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School-Based Health Centers: Get in, get out, get back to class

KKDG-FM 99x Program Director and DJ Cody Kopp, left, and 92.9 The Point Program Director Deakon Jay load items on a bus during the station’s Back to School Drive in front of Walmart on Aug. 5. Axis Health System donated 300 blue “Friday Folders” with information about School-Based Health Centers to the supply drive, as well as sponsoring the event.
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Axis Health System runs two School-Based Health Centers in Durango. Both centers are accepting new patients and are open to all students in La Plata County. The centers accept most insurance, Medicaid (recently renamed Health First Colorado) and Child Health Plan Plus. They offer a sliding-fee scale for those who qualify.
School-Based Integrated Healthcare at Durango High School, 2390 Main Ave., 375-3832.School-Based Integrated Healthcare at Florida Mesa Elementary, 216 Highway 172, 385-1168.

School-Based Health Centers: Get in, get out, get back to class

KKDG-FM 99x Program Director and DJ Cody Kopp, left, and 92.9 The Point Program Director Deakon Jay load items on a bus during the station’s Back to School Drive in front of Walmart on Aug. 5. Axis Health System donated 300 blue “Friday Folders” with information about School-Based Health Centers to the supply drive, as well as sponsoring the event.
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