Community School Wellness Network The Community School Wellness Network focuses on ensuring each child is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged. The foundation of our network is a strong Multi-Tiered Systems of Supports (MTSS). Coordinating policy, process, and practice with the MTSS model is essential for all people, programs, and partners within the network to be successful, working together to help children. Oakridge MTSS focuses on providing strong Tier 1 programs and partnerships in the areas of academics, behavior, health, and social services. Oakridge maintains a strong focus on academic and behavioral programs for students, but our schools can’t do this work alone. We believe in caring for the whole child through strong Tier 2 & 3 community partnerships to ensure kids are healthy and their families receive the care they need when challenges arise. Download a comprehensive brochure of the Oakridge Wellness Brochure 2018 brochure. Download a comprehensive brochure of the Safer Schools. Safer Students 12 Points to a Balanced Approach to School Safety. Community Partnerships Healthy Futures – HUB Model Muskegon Community Health Project, the community benefit ministry of Mercy Health Muskegon, sponsors our Healthy Futures-Pathways Community HUB Model. It assures efficient and effective service delivery in our community using a 21st Century system of coordinating care services among community agencies. Our students and families benefit from having our Community Health Worker serve as a single point of contact to coordinate delivery of services by assisting families in navigating the network of services available across many Community Health Pathways. While any Care Coordinating Agency (CCA) can be contacted by our local families, they will be referred and assigned to a single Community Health Worker who will assist them with any Community Health Pathway needed and hold agencies accountable for providing services. Pathways to Potential (formerly known as Family Resource Center) MDHHS Success Coaches are in Oakridge Middle School right next to the Oakridge Teen Health Center. These caring individuals serve all students and families regardless of whether they receive financial assistance or other casework services from the department. The Pathways to Potential office helps families with concerns related to health, safety, self-sufficiency, education, and student attendance rates. Oakridge Teen Health Center The Oakridge Teen Health Center is operated by Hackley Community Care which is a Federally Qualified Health Center. Students ages 10-21 may access the Teen Health Center during regular school hours. After school hours, we serve children between ages 5-21. Contact the office assistant to schedule an appointment at 231.733.6830. We provide comprehensive primary medical services, behavioral services, and dental health services.