1997-98 Map of National Survey of State Initiatives
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Map reports number of centers by state for school year 1997-98.
Graph indicates number of centers reported in previous years.
 

Location by Region of the Country, 1997-1998
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Location by Region of the Country, 1995-96 and 1997-98
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Comparison Table by Region, 1996 and 1998
 

Pacific Coast 1996 1998
     
Alaska 1 1
California 37 64
Hawaii 2 2
Oregon 29 39
Washington 8 8
Totals 77 114

Southeast & South-central 1996 1998
     
Alabama 5 4
Arkansas 9 6
Florida 66 64
Georgia 12 12
Kentucky 8 5
Louisiana 16 30
Mississippi 14 13
North Carolina 30 39
Oklahoma 7 5
South Carolina 3 22
Tennessee 10 12
Totals 180 212

Midwest 1996 1998
     
Illinois 19 18
Indiana 15 34
Iowa 2 18
Kansas 3 1
Michigan 34 41
Minnesota 18 17
Missouri 5 6
Nebraska 0 1
North Dakota 0 0
Ohio 8 10
South Dakota 0 0
Wisconsin 5 27
Totals 109 173

Southwestern & Rocky Mountain 1996 1998
     
Arizona 33 82
Colorado 28 31
Idaho 0 0
Montana 0 1
Nevada 0 0
New Mexico 32 40
Texas 60 77
Utah 2 2
Wyoming 0 0
Totals 155 233

Mid-Atlantic &
New England
1996 1998
     
Connecticut 51 51
District of Columbia 1 2
Delaware 17 23
Maine 8 10
Maryland 38 43
Massachusetts 36 36
New Hampshire 1 3
New Jersey 8 13
New York 149 158
Pennsylvania 39 32
Rhode Island 3 4
Vermont 2 4
Virginia 8 12
West Virginia 18 31
Totals 379 422

Totals for Each Region 1996 1998
     
Pacific Coast 77 114
Southeast & South-central 180 212
Midwest 109 173
Southwestern & Rocky Mountain 155 233
Mid-Atlantic & New England 379 422
Totals 900 1154

 

Top Ten States with School-Based Health Centers

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Location of School-Based Health Centers
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Types of Schools Housing SBHCs
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Full-Time and Part-time Centers*
 

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*Centers with a primary care provider on site 25 hours a week or more were classified as full-time.
 

State Directed Monies Spent on SBHCs
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Data from the 1998 Survey of SBHCs sponsored by Making the Grade: State and Local Partnerships to Establish School-Based Health Centers and The National Assembly on School-Based Health Care