Best in Class Psychiatric Care for Schools

InSite Health offers a holistic hybrid approach to school mental healthcare. Our proprietary technology-enabled supports have been utilized across more than 60 school districts, impacting tens of thousands of students.

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How InSite Can Help Your School

How InSite Works for Schools

Each school will be provided a unique URL for appointment bookings. InSite also provides each district’s school staff (such as administrators, mental health counselors, and/or school physician) a direct contact phone number and email to an InSite care coordinator. 

If a student is referred for InSite care from the school staff, the care coordinator will spearhead collaboration to obtain parental consent, schedule appointments based on student scheduling, and work with the district to follow standardized information sharing protocols (if applicable) as set out in the onboarding meeting with school and the InSite team.

The web-based Patient Portal gives patients secure and convenient access to health information including easy access to:

  • Ability to update health plan, personal or contact information
  • Schedule appointments
  • Retain medical history and information


InSite Health has allowed our students to gain in-person and virtual access to licensed mental health psychiatrists and nurse practitioners. Specifically the biggest benefit to our students and staff is the level of care and dedication provided by InSite Health.

After a referral is submitted our students are seen within 24 hours, but the evaluation is completed within 24 hours from the visit. Not only does this provide students with expedited services, but helps all students return to school in a timely manner and lowers the cost of home instruction necessary pursuant to 6A:14-4.8.

We are grateful for our district’s commitment to supporting the mental health needs of our students and our partnership with InSite Health.

The Critical Nature of Providing Mental Health Services


of adolescents have a mental illness​


Less than half of kids with mental illness received care in 2020


have a serious mental illness substantially impacting life activities


of adolescents are depressed


of adolescents have persistent feelings of hopelessness

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a significant increase in the number of children and young adults with behavioral and mental health issues. The reports of pandemic-related stress, anxiety, and loss have led to a wide range of issues, including insomnia, eating disorders, bullying, and an increase in suspected suicide attempts.

The situation has become so dire that in October 2021, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and the Children’s Hospital Association declared a National Emergency in Child and Adolescent Mental Health.

Our aim is to alleviate the enormous pressure and burden placed on nurses and healthcare professionals by addressing key issues exasperated by the pandemic, like mental health.

Get started with a customized mental health action plan for your school or organization.

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We were recently informed that a large provider of outpatient psychiatric care discharged patients from care due to their discontinuation of services. InSite currently has the availability to accommodate new patients via telehealth or in-person.