No School Monday, May 27th. Denver Public Schools will be closed in observance of Memorial Day
No hay clases el lunes 27 de mayo. Las escuelas públicas de Denver estarán cerradas en conmemoración del Día de los Caídos
Nghỉ học Thứ Hai, ngày 27 tháng 5. Trường Công Denver sẽ đóng cửa để kỷ niệm Ngày Tưởng niệm

Denver Health’s School-Based Health Center (SBHC)

Denver Health’s School-Based Health Center (SBHC) at Abraham Lincoln High School offers no-cost healthcare, meaning, there will be no bills sent home or costs for prescriptions. Services are available to any Denver Public Schools student or sibling. The Abraham Lincoln High School SBHC offers convenient care that limits the amount of time students are out of class and parents/guardians have to be off work. Students are able to get same-day or next-day appointments.

We’re offering in-person or telephone/video appointments.

Hours: 8am-4:30pm


You can schedule your students for a visit at the clinic by calling 303.602.8958 or online through MyChart.


Telehealth appointments are available for Abraham Lincoln High School School-Based Health Center Patients.

Telehealth appointments are a convenient, secure way to speak to your Denver Health provider from the comfort of your own home. Telehealth appointments will be conducted via telephone or video using a smartphone, tablet, or computer with a camera.

Learn more about telehealth.

Parental Consent & Confidentiality

A parent or guardian must sign a consent form before their child may use health center services. Once this is done, the child can use the health center at any time during the current school year. Supporting family communication is the main goal of the health center. Clinic staff encourages patients to discuss health care with their parents.

Sign the consent form, and sign up for the Abraham Lincoln High School clinic in English, Spanish or Vietnamese.

*Please note: Colorado state law allows minors to access confidential mental health and/or reproductive health services without parental consent. If a student meets the age requirements by law a signed parent consent form is not required. Colorado state law also allows some visits to the health center to be confidential. Information is not shared without student permission. The only exception is a life-threatening situation.