School Based Health Centers

SBHC Locations, Hours, and Contact Information

Newport School Based Health Center

322 NE Eads Street
Newport, OR 97365
Phone: 541-265-0472
fax: 541-265-8628

Taft School Based Health Center

3780 SE. Spyglass Ridge Drive
Lincoln City, OR 97367
Phone: 541-265-0474
fax: 541-557-1643

Toledo School Based Health Center

1800 NE Sturdevant Road
Toledo, OR 97391
Phone: 541-265-0473
fax: 541-265-0605

Waldport School Based Health Center

3000 Crestline Drive
Waldport, OR 97394
Phone: 541-265-0471
fax: 541-265-0566

SBHC Hours

SBHCs follow the Lincoln County School District calendar. When school is open and a provider is onsite, hours are 8 am to 4:30 pm. Check with your local school clinic for details.

During summer break and non-school days, appointments are available at Lincoln Community Health Center locations in Newport, Lincoln City, Waldport. Call 541-265-4947.

After hours and weekends, medical advice is available by phone by calling 541-265-4947.

After Hours

Primary Care Nurse Help Line: 541-265-4947
Mental Health Crisis: 866-266-0288


Call 911 or:

Mental Health Crisis: 866-266-0288
Nationwide Suicide and Crisis line: 988

Crisis Text Line | Text HOME To 741741 free, 24/7 Crisis Counseling

Resources - AB Korkor Foundation for Mental Health (

The SBHC Model

School Based Health Centers (SBHCs) provide a unique health care model for comprehensive physical, mental and preventive health services to students in a youth friendly environment. With easy access to health care in a school setting, SBHCs reduce barriers that often keep children and youth from seeking the health services they need, such as cost, inconvenience, transportation, confidentiality concerns, and comfort level discussing personal health problems.

Lincoln County SBHCs have been operating since 1986 through a partnership between Lincoln County School District and Lincoln County Health and Human Services.

Goals of SBHCs

  • Improve access to quality primary care and mental health services for school-aged youth
  • Provide patient-centered services for all students, regardless of insurance status or ability to pay
  • Improve students' educational performance because healthy kids learn better
  • Save parents time by reducing missed work hours
  • Reduce costs related to unnecessary hospital stays and use of emergency rooms

Supporting Documents