Category Archives: School-Based Health Care

Social Work Month: How Social Workers are Making a Difference for Legacy Patients

Social Worker Contributions - Houston TX

By Carolina Boyd, Communications Associate During the month of March, we celebrate the contributions social workers have been making in the United States for over a century. Throughout the profession’s history, social workers have sought to ensure that all people have access to resources to meet their basic needs. Across the Houston and Southeast Texas, …

February is School-Based Health Care Month

Legacy clinics are co-located in 27 schools in the Houston region, serving hundreds of students across multiple service lines. By Barrett White   For any parent, nothing else matters when your baby is sick. Unfortunately for working parents, that can mean lost hours on the job, complicated scheduling, and undue anxiety to ensure that your …

Teen Health Week: Senior Check-Out

Legacy puts high school seniors at the helm of their health care as they set off for the real world. By Barrett White   Oh, how I wish someone had explained to me the meanings of deductibles, FQHCs, university clinics, emergency rooms, and private or marketplace health insurance. In fact, there are many adults who …

Teen Health Week: Legacy Comes to You

Legacy clinics are co-located in 21 schools in the Houston region, serving hundreds of students across multiple service lines – and now online. By Barrett White   Since 2012, parents of students enrolled in one of the 21 Houston-area KIPP and YES Prep schools with Legacy clinics in them have not had to worry about …

February is School-Based Health Care Month

Legacy clinics are co-located in 19 schools in the Houston region, serving hundreds of students across multiple service lines. By Barrett White   For working parents, the last thing you need is a sick child. You have to take time off work for the doctor appointment, you have to drop some money on the prescription… …