Integrated Health Programs

Physical and mental health services available to students, starting in four CMSD schools in 2021

What is Say Yes Integrated Health?

What is the Integrated Health program?

Students’ health affects their ability to learn and engage in school, so Say Yes Cleveland, the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, and local health care providers launched a prototype program to expand access to health services for students, including physicals and shots, mental health services, chronic disease management, and more.


The program is currently available to students at Orchard STEMMary M. BethuneJohn Marshall Civic & Business Leadership, and John Adams College & Career.


  • Free or low cost to families.
  • Convenient, during-the-school-day appointments on site or by telehealth.
  • One less thing to schedule.
  • Does not conflict with care from school nurse or psychologist, emergency services, or your existing health care providers.

Partnering Providers:

Depending on which school your child attends, services will be provided by one of the following trusted local health care providers:

  • Applewood Centers
  • Beech Brook
  • Bellefaire JCB
  • Care Alliance
  • MetroHealth
  • Neighborhood Family Practice
  • OhioGuidestone
  • PEP
For more information, visit the Frequently Asked Questions Page.

How to Sign Up

For students to receive services through the Integrated Health program, a parent or guardian must complete a Health Consent Form.

Here’s how: 

Step 1: Download the form as a fillable PDF here. The form is also available in Spanish here.

Step 2: Print and complete the form. Make sure you sign all the sections with signature lines.

Step 3: Return the form to your school.

Contact Us

Are you inspired by the goals and approach of Say Yes Cleveland? We invite you to reach out to learn more about how you can get involved.