Bridging The Gap Between Health and Education
(860) 291-9787

Integrated Health Services, Inc.

At IHS, our mission is to improve student health and wellness by reducing and addressing barriers to care. Our School Based Health Centers (SBHCs) allow uninsured and underinsured children and families to receive evidence-based comprehensive and preventive health care services to school-aged children and adults.

These SBHCs have yielded measurable improvements in our students’ behavioral, physical, and dental health metrics, while also minimizing the amount of school they miss to address their health care needs.​

Watch how we make an impact on the lives of so many children by bridging the gap between education and healthcare. With public officials, private educators, healthcare workers, and most importantly, students, shedding light on their experiences, this video helps illustrate the positive outcomes that these two systems can foster through creative, efficient collaboration based on a student first mentality.

Health Center Sites

All School Based Health Centers and Expanded School Health Sites operate during school hours. You can call a staff member Monday-Friday between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. or leave a message and someone will call you back.​

Connecticut River Academy
(860) 310-2864

Riverside Magnet School
(860) 709-6812

Goodwin Counseling Services
(860) 913-2395

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Integrated Health Services
763 Burnside Avenue
East Hartford, CT 06108
(860) 291-9787


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IHS developed the first national evidence-based preschool behavioral health screening, assessment, and therapeutic intervention program.

Latest News

Integrated Health Services in East Hartford Gazette

The following was transcribed from an article in The Gazette on 6/15/2017. School-based health centers thank town, staff, parents for support The following was submitted to the Gazette as an Open Letter by Emily Pangakis, Senior Public Relations Strategist at Adams...

National Committee on Quality Accreditation

PCMH Standards Integrated Health Services was one of 2 cohorts in CT working with 2 cohorts in NY to pilot the standards. IHS was the only CT site to complete the pilot and designated as a level 2! This led to a proposal to have SBHC standards approved by...

Connecticut Health Plans Fall Short

Consumers in a Northeast region that includes Connecticut were among the least satisfied with their health plans, according to the J.D. Power 2017 ​Member Health Plan Survey.  See how other regions rated here​.​

Connecticut School Based Health Centers Training Recap

​On May 5th the Connecticut Association of School Based Health Centers held their annual training event entitled "Protecting a Vulnerable Population".​  Training opportunities included chronic absenteeism, mindfulness and tick-borne infection. Conference...

Hallways to Health Act Re-Introduced

​Comprehensive school-based health care legislation would increase children and adolescents’ access to primary and mental health care services.​ Connecticut has made a wise investment in and commitment to the health of children and adolescents through state...

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