Nova Wellness Center
About the Nova Wellness Center
The Nova Wellness Center offers no cost comprehensive, trauma-informed, and gender affirming care, conveniently at the school.
The Nova Wellness Center is operated by Country Doctor Community Health Centers (CDCHC), a local non-profit, which also runs two primary care clinics: Carolyn Downs Family Medical Center in the Central Area, and Country Doctor Community Clinic in Capitol Hill.
We bill appropriate services to insurance if you have it. There are never any co-pays or co-insurance to worry about. We also offer services and support to students and families without insurance.
The Wellness Center offers a variety of physical and mental health care services. The Wellness Center is staffed full time by a clinic administrator, medical providers, and a behavioral health specialist.
- wellness physical
- gender affirming care
- reproductive health
- recovery support
- sports participation clearance
- sick visits
- monitoring injuries
- lab work
- behavioral health screenings & referrals
- short-term individual, group, and family counseling:
- emotional and communication skill building
- crisis intervention & safety planning
- sexual violence counseling
- recovery support
- resource provision
- coping with grief and loss
Connect To Us
Students may register for services at the nova wellness center any time
- online: register securely online
- paper: registration packets available for pick up, or email for a printable pdf version. Return your completed packet to the nova wellness center.
Schedule An Appointment
Once the registration packet has been submitted, you may come in-person, call 206-709-7166, and/or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment.
When Can I Go
We are open on school days from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm.
We are currently providing medical and behavioral health appointments in person and via telehealth.
During hours of operation, an appropriate medical provider or behavioral health specialist is able to provide brief safety assessments and interventions when available. Please contact the Nova Wellness Center to be connected to the appropriate provider.
For behavioral health, if there’s an urgent/immediate threat OR outside of hours of operation; students and/or anyone in a young person’s life, should call 911 or Crisis Connections (206-461-3222). The Children’s Crisis Outreach and Response team (CCORS) through Crisis Connections has a 24/hour response team, holidays included, that can meet the student for an assessment and fast track them to Seattle Children’s if needed. For behavioral health and medical emergencies, students may go to the Country Doctor After Hours Clinic, Seattle Children’s Emergency Room, or another nearby hospital/urgent care.
During holidays and school breaks, students can contact our main clinics: Country Doctor Community Clinic and Carolyn Downs Family Medical Center for medical and/or behavioral health support.
Please see link for contact information and locations for Country Doctor Community Health Centers Clinics: https://countrydoctor.org/contact-us/