PO Box 925, Galveston, Texas 77553
Copyright 2017 Teen Health Center, Inc.
The Teen Health Center, Inc.'s Austin Middle School and Central Middle School clinics are closed for the summer.
The Ball High School clinic is open Monday through Thursday, 7:00 AM until 4:00 PM.
The Texas City and La Marque clinics are open Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM until 4:00 PM.
Clinics close periodically for educational outreaches in the summer. Please call ahead to make an appointment.
In 1985, a group of Galveston physicians opened a clinic to address the health needs of island teens. From that beginning, the program has grown and expanded. The Teen Health Center, Inc. is now a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with services in schools throughout Galveston County. Teen Health Center in Galveston medical in Galveston therapy in Galveston
All of our clinics are located in local schools so students miss as little time as possible while meeting their medical and mental health needs.
Any child aged 0 – 21 who lives in Galveston County is eligible for Teen Health Center services, even if they are not a student. Children under age 18 must have a signed parental consent form to be seen for any of our services, but once that consent is on file for that year the student can come into one of our clinics at any time. Patients over 18 can sign their own consent form.
Medical and Mental Health Care Providers
Teen Health Center employs highly qualified providers who are trained in effective, evidence-based practices.
Our staff includes:
Teen Health operates three clinics in Galveston, one in La Marque, and one in Texas City. All are located in schools, but any Galveston County resident who is 0 - 21 is welcome to visit any of our clinics. Click here for more information.
Thanks to the generosity of our partners and consistent with our mission to remove all barriers to access, services are provided free of charge. The Teen Health Center, Inc. does not accept insurance, Medicaid, or payment of any kind.*
2017-18 Board of Directors
The Teen Health Center, Inc. Board of Directors is made up of community leaders who are dedicated to ensuring the organization's long-term viability. Their role is to adopt sound, ethical, and legal governance and financial management policies, as well as make sure the Teen Health Center, Inc. has adequate resources to advance its mission.
President: John Campbell, Attorney
Secretary: Beth Stum, UTMB Administrator
Treasurer: Matthew Catron, Financial Advisor
Jaime Castro, Mental Health Deputy Lieutenant
Holly Hopkins, Business Owner
Margaret Kelso, Parent and Community Advisor
Richard Rupp, Medical Director
Gilbert Zamora, Parent and Community Advisor
Please consider making a donation to the Teen Health Center, Inc. to support our efforts to offer free medical and mental health care to Galveston County youth. Click the "Donate" button at the top of this page to make a donation via PayPal's secure service. Tax-deductible donations are also gratefully accepted at any clinic or by mail at the address listed below.
* with the exceptions of participation physicals ($5) and school staff appointments ($25)