Supporting the healthcare home
of thousands of students
The L.A. Trust was established in 1991 by the Board of Education to support its school-based health centers and improve the health of Los Angeles Unified students and their families. In 2001, we became an independent 501(c)3, but we continue our close relationship and unflagging support for this vital student healthcare system. Healthcare disparities remain and students and their families in underserved communities continue to lack access to the primary, mental and oral health resources they need.
Seventeen Student and Family Wellness Centers have been established to serve both student and community members, with more on the way. The L.A. Trust plays a pivotal role in this Wellness Network, advocating for its expansion, supporting the exchange of best practices through Learning Collaboratives, and connecting the clinics to student health initiatives from The L.A. Trust and others. Student achievement depends on student wellness, and school-based health centers are indispensable. The L.A. Trust is working to ensure that every child has equal access to healthcare and an equal opportunity for success.
Belmont High School
Carson High School (Carson)
Crenshaw High School
Elizabeth Learning Center (Cudahy)
Fremont High School
Gage Middle School (Huntington Park)
Garfield High School
Hollywood High School
Jefferson High School
Jordan High School
Locke Early Education Center
Maclay Middle School (Pacoima)
Manual Arts High School
North Hills at James Monroe (North Hills)
Santee Wellness Center
Washington Prep High School
Overview: The L.A. Trust Data xChange October 15, 2020.
5 Year Wellness Center Impact Report The L.A. Trust Data xChange, September 11, 2020.
Strategies for Financial Sustainability for Wellness Centers The Los Angeles Trust for Children’s Health, Wellness Centers Network in LAUSD and Los Angeles Unified School District, 2017.
School Health Integration Scorecard The Los Angeles Trust for Children’s Health, June 1, 2021.