Health Center

James Logan High School
Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center

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The Health Center is open to ANYONE UNDER THE AGE OF 26.  All services are CONFIDENTIAL! Services are FREE to those who qualify.

Logan Health Center sponsors a variety of free programs. All students are welcome to participate in any of these free programs. Parents and School staff are welcome to call the Health Center for more information or Melanie Valdez-Tran, LCSW (mvaldez@nhusd.k12.ca.us).

Visit the TVHC official website for more info - http://www.tvhc.org

Logan Health Center

June 13th - July 28th
Mondays & Thursdays
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
1800 H Street
Union City, CA 94587
(510) 690-6044

Tennyson Health Center

June 21st - July 26th
Tuesdays
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
27305 Whitman Street (Room A1)
Hayward, CA 94544
(510) 690-6048

Hayward HUB

July 6th - August 17th
Wednesdays
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
24823 Soto Road
Hayward, CA
(510) 432-5266

Services Provided

  • Sports Physicals 

  • Dental Screening

  • First Aid 

  • Immunizations 

  • Mental Health Counseling 

  • Birth Control Options 

  • STI Testing & Treatment 

  • Pregnancy Testing 

  • Plan B 

  • Health Education 

  • Peer Education 

  • Primary Care


Parent Resources:

  • Currently being updated - check back with us soon!


Youth Empowerment Programs  (Download PDF)

School Based Youth Counseling Program (Medi-cal Eligible Students)

  • The School Based Youth Counseling Program is a unique service provided at James Logan High School and Conley-Caraballo High School. Professional counselors and health center staff work side by side providing school based counseling services to at risk youth and their families.  The School Based Youth Counseling Program focuses on helping youth and families succeed at home, school, and in the community, by offering supportive 1:1 counseling and support groups provided at the schools to full scope medi-cal students. Services are provided in both English and Spanish.

Peers In Action class of 2013

Peers In Action (Yearlong course, 10 credits) 

  • The Peers In Action Program is a yearlong peer education elective course that meets daily where students receive 5 elective units. Any Sophomore, Junior or Senior who has completed the Lifeskills course is eligible to apply. The main focus of the class is to conduct health presentations on topics such as abstinence, birth control, STI's, alcohol and drug prevention and healthy relationships. The presentations are student-designed and are a very effective means of educating youth on the important issues that affect today's teens. The Peer Educators are also responsible for educating their classmates on student led topics such as healthy relationships, tobacco, alcohol/drugs, and nutrition, fitness and body image and planning an annual school wide community health fair. 

 

 

Youth Advisory Board (meets every Tuesday & Thursday during 5th period lunch) 

  • YAB is the Youth Advisory Board of the Logan Health Center. All members receive community service hours for their participation. The group serves as a forum for youth to provide input into health center policy and function. YAB members accomplish this by providing feedback to health center staff and serve as an important evaluation tool for the center's services. YAB also serves as a means for youth to actively promote health to their peers. They accomplish this by developing school wide "health tips" and PSA’s that air on Logan Live, the schools daily video announcement program or hosting workshops and health fairs. Additionally, YAB is also known to participate in many community activities that promote leadership, community involvement and civic participation. For the upcoming year, YAB will organize health fairs and develop health campaigns. YAB meets every Tuesday during 5th period lunch in the Health Center. 

Hip-Hop Elements Program (meets Tuesdays and Thursdays after school in Staff Lounge)

  • The Hip-Hop Elements program is a forum for students interested in creative expression through hip-hop. The program focuses on several areas of hip-hop, which include the following: the art of being a Disk Jockey (DJ), Graffiti Art, Breaking Dancing, Master of Ceremony (MC)/Spoken Word, Poetry, Men and Women’s Hip Hop Dancing/Choreography. This past year Hip Hop Elements brought to the campus many performers to speak about their experiences, organized "Mayhem" events during lunch, as well as educated one another on the five elements of hip hop. In addition, the Graffiti Art Element produced a beautiful mural titled “Educate Yourself,” located next to the Logan Health Center (facing H Street). For the upcoming year, these participants shall continue organizing exciting hip hop events with a health focus and developing their hip hop element skills. For more information, please contact Kevin Torion by stopping by the Health Center or stop by the Staff Lounge every Tuesday and Thursday after school. 

Health Education (provided daily at the Health Center)

  • Health Education services are offered to students on a weekly basis. Health Education includes 1:1 or group appointments with a certified Health Educator and can range between 30-60 minutes. Topics include: nutrition and exercise, body image, substance use, HIV/STD prevention counseling, health relationships counseling, peer health education, pregnancy options counseling, family planning, sexual identity, violence prevention and referrals to local health providers.