1. Physical health or medical services must be provided in accordance with such standards as the American Academy of Pediatrics Guidelines for Health Supervision. Other nationally recognized and accepted standards may be used as a framework for professional practice with prior department approval.

    1. Primary health care, including the following:

      1. Physical exams, health assessments or screening for health problems

      2. Diagnosis and treatment of acute illness and injury

      3. Diagnosis and management of chronic illness

      4. Immunizations

      5. Health promotion and risk reduction

      6. Nutrition and weight management

      7. Reproductive health care

      8. Laboratory tests

      9. Prescription and/or dispensing of medication for treatment

      10. Prenatal and postpartum referral and follow-up

    1. Referral and follow-up for specialty services that are beyond the scope of services provided by this project

  1. Mental health or social services must be provided in accordance with nationally recognized and accepted standards, such as the National Association of Social Workers Standards for Social Work in Health Care Settings. Other nationally recognized and accepted standards may be utilized as a framework for professional practice with prior department approval.

  1. Assessment and treatment of psychological, social, and emotional problems

  2. Crisis intervention

  3. Individual, family, and group counseling or referral for same, if indicated

  4. Substance abuse and HIV/AIDS prevention, risk reduction, and early intervention services

  5. Outreach to students at risk

  6. Support and/or psychoeducational groups focusing on topics of importance to the target population

  7. Advocacy and referral for such services as day care, housing, employment, and job training



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