North Country Children’s Clinic operates health centers in the Watertown City and South Jefferson School Districts. Children’s Clinic staff provides primary care and mental health services to students. Dental clinics in both districts serve students who otherwise would not have access to dental care. In an average year, more than 2,500 students make more than 10,000 visits to the Children’s Clinic’s school-based health centers.
Management of chronic illness
Nutrition and weight counseling
Help with health related concerns
Individual, family and group therapy
Medical and Mental Health services are available to all students who attend Watertown schools and Mannsville and Wilson Elementary. Students must be enrolled in the program by their parents or guardians to access services. Enrollment is simple. Fill out an enrollmen t form and return it to your child's school.
A full-service dental clinic at Wiley School serves students of all grade levels who have no access to dental care. In addition, the South Jefferson school-based mobile dental program serves students in Mannsville, Wilson, and Clark schools. All dental programs are staffed by a dentist and hygienist.
The Watertown City School District provides transportation for Watertown students who attend schools without a health center or dental clinic.
Our Office Hours
The school based health centers are open when school is in session.
The Locations of our School-based Health Centers