GISD's Center for Countywide Programs provides school health consultants to assist local district staff and students in the following areas:

Whole Child/Coordinated School Health Service

  • CDC Whole Child
  • Community Involvement
  • Counseling, Psychological and Social Services
  • Employee Wellness
  • Family Engagement
  • Health Education
  • Alcohol/Drug education and prevention
  • Michigan Model for Comprehensive School Health Education
  • Sexuality education and HIV/AIDS education
  • Professional development, training, and workshops
  • Health Services
    • Communicable Disease Management
    • Chronic Disease Management
      • Anaphylaxis
        • Food Allergies
      • Asthma
      • Diabetes
      • Obesity
      • Seizure Disorders
    • MERT Medical Emergency Response Team
    • Professional development, training, and workshops
    • Technical assistance to comply with state and federal regulations
  • Nutrition Environment and Services
  • Physical Education and Physical Activity
    • Physical education resources and curriculum
    • Professional development, training, and workshops
  • Physical Environment
  • Social and Emotional Climate
    • Mental Health First Aid
    • Bullying Awareness/Prevention
    • Suicide Prevention Task Force

Additional Information

For more information about Whole Child/Coordinated School Health Services and Programs contact the Center for Countywide Programs at (810) 591-5603.