The following schools are a part of SCPMH for the 2020–21 school year:
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
James Madison Academic Campus
MCP - Lloyd
Milwaukee High School of the Arts
Milwaukee School of Languages
Next Door - 29th Street
Next Door- Capitol
Oliver Wendell Holmes
Riverwest (formerly Pierce)
Shalom High School
Are you interested in your school becoming a part of SCPMH? Email Charlie Bauernfeind to learn more.
The following agencies provide services in schools as a part of SCPMH:
Aurora Family Service
Sebastian Family Psychology Practice, LLC
Sixteenth Street Community Health Center
The following organizations support the work of SCPMH:
MPS Foundation: Collects and maintains donations to support the work of SCPMH
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee: Partners in providing care in after-school spaces
Medical College of Wisconsin: Provides ongoing professional development to SCPMH clinicians and conducts program evaluation
Rogers InHealth: Provides technical support and assistance to the project and partners
Cost to families
Services are not based on the ability to bill insurance or the ability to pay; however, providers will bill insurance or Medicaid. Co-pays are collected as appropriate, though agencies will work with families if these costs are prohibitive.
Cost to agencies
To the extent possible, providers bill for insurance reimbursement. Agencies are responsible for non-billable costs associated with the multi-tiered model including but not limited to parent presentations, staff training, participation in school functions/events, and staff consultation. When available and allowable, grant funds can assist agencies with covering these costs.
Cost to schools
There are no direct costs to schools; however, schools cover in-kind costs associated with the project, including a private space for providers' service delivery, phone and Internet access, and staff/administrator time for meetings and professional development.