SCHOOLS AND HEALTH CARE PUBLICATIONS

School based and school linked health care can be an important way for young people to access critical health services. The supplementary materials on this page address some of the common legal questions that arise when students seek health and mental health care during the school day.

FROM THE NATIONAL CENTER FOR YOUTH LAW

When Therapy Records are Only as Private as a School Schedule, It’s Time to Update Federal Confidentiality LawRead this important piece about the conflict between the privacy expectations of patients and the legal reality of confidentiality law from Senior Attorney Rebecca Gudeman.

HIPAA or FERPA? A Primer on Sharing School Health Information in California 2ed. 2018: This resource, originally created by the National Center for Youth Law for the California School-Based Health Alliance (formerly CSHCA), and now updated in 2018, provides essential information for navigating the interactions of HIPAA and FERPA in school health programs, including school health centers, school-based mental health programs, school nursing services, and other health services delivered on school campuses. (Current. Updated 2018)

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"In 2021, [Los Angeles County foster] youth who identified as having a sexual orientation other than heterosexual reported that not wanting their caregivers to know their sexual orientation was a barrier to obtaining SRH information or care."

In foster care, there aren’t always adults to reliably answer your burning questions on relationships, sex & #reprohealth. That’s why former foster youth are bringing those conversations to you in RHEP’s new podcast, #SelfTaught. Stream it now: https://rhep.info/selftaught-podcast #RHEP #NCYL

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