The Rochester City School District is getting funding from Monroe County and ESL Federal Credit Union. It’s also receiving a grant from the New York State Office of Mental Health that will expand the number of student health centers in the district from seven to 16.
The new school-based clinics to support mental health and other needs will be at:
Watch the story to hear from Dr. Jeff Kaczowroski, pediatrician and Senior Advisor at The Children’s Agenda, about the positive impact these centers and telemedicine will have for Rochester’s children.
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