The Department of Comprehensive Health Services is under the Office of SEL and Multi-Tiered Systems of Support and provides programs, services, initiatives, and resources for campuses, staff, students, and families. Such programs include; the Department of Student Health Services through Dell Children's Medical Center and Seton Healthcare Family, mental/behavioral health services through partnerships with Vida Clinic and Austin/Travis County Integral Care, the Department of Vision and Hearing, School Health Advisory Council, and integrated case management in collaboration with the Family Resource Centers.
The Department of Comprehensive Health Services provides clinical health services to students including: acute/illness care, case management of chronic conditions, immunization compliance and management, management of communicable illness, patient education, environmental health, and pregnancy and related services.
Immunization Clinic Information:
For the most up-to-date immunization resources, please call or visit 211. Dial 211 (or 877-541-7905) or visit the Texas Health and Human Services 211 resource webpage: www.211texas.org .
Parent Resources and Forms
General Health Information
Campus Health Forms
Managing Head Lice - DSHS resource
The Texas Department of Health has ruled that students must be current with immunizations in order to attend school unless an exemption has been filed with the school in accordance with Texas Education Code, Health and Safety, Chapter 38.0001. Parents may fax or mail the updated immunization record and delinquency letter to their child's school or if the school is closed for the summer, records can be faxed to (512) 406-6543 or mailed to Children’s/AISD Student Health Services at 4900 Mueller Blvd., Austin, Texas, 78723. For more information related to school immunization compliance, including exclusions/exemptions from immunizations, please refer to The TX DSHS Provisional Enrollment for Students Flowchart, or visit the Texas Department of State Health Services Immunization Branch website.
For assistance with additional questions please contact your school nurse or Children’s/AISD Student Health Services at (512) 324-0195.