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Student Health Center

The Student Health Center is a collaboration between Heritage Health Center and Park County School District #1. The Heritage Student Health Center provides counseling services during school hours to the students of Park County School District #1, ages Pre-Kindergarten through 12th Grade, and their families.

PHONE: (307) 764.4107 or Email Us
Available M-F 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM - By Appointment Only
Services

Counseling services are provided by a licensed counselor for a variety of issues, such as behavioral concerns, depression, anxiety, ADHD, substance abuse, family changes, or grief and adjustments.

A parent or legal guardian must be present at the intake appointment. Parent are not required to attend subsequent appointments unless requested by the therapist.

Abby Hunt, Student Health Center Coordinator

Abby is a Wyomingite, having been born and raised in Gilette, WY. She moved to Powell in late 2019 to attend Northwest College, where she graduated in December 2020 with a degree in business. Abby is interested in books, video games, traveling and volunteering. Abby is excited to work with students and families and make a difference. She is warm, compassionate, and grounded. Abby is incredibly proud to be part of the new Student Health Center and we are so excited to welcome her to the team!

Insurance and Sliding Fee Plans

The Student Health Center accepts private health insurance, Medicaid and KidCare/CHIP.

Patients may be eligible for discounted fees based on household size and income on our sliding fee schedule. The Sliding Fee Scale is available to patients who qualify based on their annual income and household size. Patients who earn up to 200% the Federal Poverty Line, which is $50,200 for a household of 4, qualify for services on the SFS.

No child will be denied services based on ability to pay.

Megan Garza, School-Based LCSW

Megan Garza has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker for over 13 years working with children, adolescents, and families. She is also a certified trainer of Youth Mental Health First Aid, and Adverse childhood Experiences (ACEs).

Garza grew up in Burlington, WY, and received a Bachelor of Social Work Degree from the University of Wyoming. She then completed the advanced standing program at the University of Wyoming for her Master’s Degree in Social Work in 2007.

In 2021, Garza moved back to the area after practicing in Arizona as the Lead Social Worker in a large school district of over 20,000 students. Childhood Experiences Consortium.

Garza enjoys time with her 4 kids doing sports and outdoor activities like hiking, fishing, 4 wheeling, and gardening.

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