Pacers Take Space offers health care service at Grant Union High

The mental and physical health care services will be available on-campus at no cost to students.

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — There’s a new health center for students at Grant Union High School in Sacramento’s Del Paso Heights neighborhood. It’s called “Pacers Take Space.” 

Grant Union High held a ceremony on Wednesday, unveiling the new center at the school. The purpose is “to disrupt the cycle of intergenerational trauma and poverty by providing students with access to mental and physical health care services on campus.”

“We are especially proud that our long-envisioned dream of a school-based health center at Grant Union High School has become a reality, thanks to the hard work and tireless efforts of the Neighborhood Wellness Foundation in Del Paso Heights, the Sacramento Native American Health Center and Sutter Health,” said Dr. Steve Martinez, superintendent of Twin Rivers Unified School District. “Our students at Grant will not

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