Family Health Resources

LAUSD Student Health & Human Services
Student & Family Wellness Center
Free Immunizations Starting November 2020
Please call 213-202-7590 to schedule and appointment
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To help support student, family and staff health and wellness, LA Unified has partnered with Health Net to bring “Free Flu Vaccines,” regardless of insurance status, to our school communities. There is one scheduled event at each Local District. Appointment Link:

School Mental Health is providing support through their hotline and email:
Hotline 213-241-3840
The Student Health and Human Services Hotline (213) 241-3840 has added Option #7 for Nursing Assistance. The Hotline is operating M-F, 8am-5pm. School Nurses are available to answer questions/concerns regarding:
Immunizations for school entry
Medications at school
Specialized Physical Health Care Services (protocols)
School Health Forms.

School families and staff can find additional immunization resources and school health forms at

We are excited to have this additional resource for LAUSD stakeholders.
The Hotline is operating M-F, 8am-5pm.
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