SDB Health and Wellness Center

  • School-Based Clinic  
    For counseling services, please call 608-361-3032 for questions or to schedule and appointment.  The SHWC will be closed on days when students are not in attendance.  
     
     
    What is the Student Health and Wellness Center?
     

    The Student Health and Wellness Center (SHWC) is a mental health clinic that is located on campus at Beloit Memorial High School.  Beloit Health System (BHS) is the partnering health care organization that provides services to students enrolled in the School District of Beloit.  It is the SHWC's commitment to assure that all students receive high quality, mental health care with the added convenience of being in the school, where students spend most of their day.  Certainly, a student that is healthy is better equipped to learn and achieve academic success. 

     
    Services and Hours of Operation
      
    Counseling services are provided on campus at 1225 Fourth Street in Beloit Memorial High School.  Appointments can be scheduled on Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.  Please call 608-361-3032 to schedule an appointment.  The SHWC is closed on days when students are not in attendance.  
     
    All students enrolled in the School District of Beloit are able to access all of the services offered at the SHWC.   Students who attend BMHS may use the Center at a time that is convenient for them, such as during study hall, with the proper consents on file.  All other students (4K-8th) must have a parent/guardian present for their visit.       
     

    SHWC Enrollment and Parental Consent 

     
    For students to receive mental health services available at the SHWC, parents/guardians must sign a parental consent form.  The SHWC can only provide care to students who are enrolled through consent; therefore, it is important for parents to enroll their child by returning a signed Parental Consent Form to the SHWC.   
     
    Insurance, whether commercial insurance or Medicaid, will be billed for services.  However, NO student will be refused care based on their ability to pay.  If a student is uninsured, the SHWC staff can direct you to resources that will help you find an insurance plan this is right for you and your family.  For more information on eligibility for public or private health insurance, click here.  
     
     
     
     
     
      
     
    If you have any questions, please contact the Director of School Health Services, Michelle Babilius, at 608-361-4024 or via email at mbabilius@sdb.k12.wi.us.