Integral Care and People’s Community Clinic partner to provide school-based mental health and primary health care services to Manor ISD students year-round. Doctors, licensed therapists, and nurses work together to provide convenient, quality care.
The Manor Mustang Health Center has openings for new patients.
The primary care provider, People's Community Clinic, provides medical care for:
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- Anyone 2 months to 18 years.
- Anyone not covered by insurance.
- Anyone covered by Medicaid, CHIP or some insurance plans in the district.
Services are low cost and based on a sliding fee scale.
What services are provided?
- Physical/check-ups/sports exams
- Sick care/minor injuries
- Immunizations (for established patients only)
- On-site rapid flu/strep test
- Family planning services are confidential as allowed by law.
- Birth control/treatment of menstrual problems
- Confidential testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections
- Asthma care
- Health and nutrition education
- Help with school, behavior or family or personal issues
- Help with headaches, stomach pains and trouble sleeping
Call (512) 684-1944 to schedule to make an appointment.
The Manor Mustang Health Center is located in front of Manor New Tech Middle School at 10323 US Hwy 290 East, Manor, TX 78653
Hours of Operation:
Families and students may call for appointments at (512) 684-1944 or 512-478-4939. You may also contact the MISD Health & Wellness Department with any questions at (512) 512-278-4095.
- Monday 8:15 am to 4:30 pm
- Tuesday 8:15 am to 4:30 pm
- Wednesday 8:15 am to 12:00 pm
- Thursday 12:45 pm to 4:30 pm
- Friday 8:15 am to 12:00 pm
Behavioral Health Services are provided through Integral Care therapists, who serve students of all ages in the district. Any student on campus who appears to be experiencing behavioral health challenges may be referred to Integral Care for an intake.
One in five US children ages 14-18 experiences a mental illness like depression or anxiety. While school-related stress can be normal, consider referring students to integrated health services if you notice:
Please contact Director of Health & Wellness Department Diana Rios-Rodriguez at email@example.com or (512) 278-4093 for more information.
- Significant changes in appearance or social group.
- Extreme mood swings or noticeable changes in personality.
- Threats of hurting self or others.
- Not participating in or enjoying things he/she used to – class, sports or social activities.
- Recent loss or end of a relationship.
- Physical complaints such as headaches or stomachaches.