The Mono County Maternal, Child, and Adolescent Health program has identified the following priorities for Adolescents in the next 5 years (2020-2025) in response to the Community Health Needs Assessment/Improvement Plan:
Increase Oral Health awareness, knowledge, and self responsibility by developing positive, life-long oral health behaviors. Improve access and provide linkage to care to low-cost or free preventative dental care and treatment.
Improve Mental Health awareness, utilization of mental health services available and development of self care strategies among youth and children for life long mental health self-care.
Promote nutrition and physical activity for life long habits.
This webpage is new and updated information and resources will continue to be added (last updated 3/3/20)
Free Public Health Clinic Services:
Tuberculosis Assessments (sometimes required for certain jobs or volunteering)
Clinic services with minimal costs:
Vaccinations (prices vary)
Travel Consult (45$ plus costs of any immunizations)
(Traveling abroad? Get advice on how to prepare and stay healthy)
Teen Health Education
COVID-19 resources for teens:
Sexual Health Resources
Ready to Quit? Resources to Quit:
Call 1-844-8-NO-VAPE or 1-800- NO-BUTTS
Text NoVapes to 66819
Text DITCHJUUL to 88709
Violence (Domestic Violence, sexual assault, child abuse, digital abuse)
Wild Iris (452 Old Mammoth Rd Ste R2, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546)
Local number: (760) 934-2491
Crisis line: 1-877-873-7384
1-800-799-7233 or chat online at https://www.thehotline.org
Physical Health Education and Resources
Mammoth High School Climbing Club
Meets every Monday at 4:30 pm to climb and hangout at Monkey Bar indoor climbing gym. Occasional outdoor climbing on weekends. All teens, pre-teens, and parents are welcomed to join.
Call or email Alicia Chang for more details on how to join: firstname.lastname@example.org or 760-934-8541 (ext.227)
Scholarship opportunity for youth camps and programs:
The Tony Colasardo Scholarship Fund will provide full or partial scholarships, for youth (17 years of age or younger), to the many popular camps and recreation programs offered by the Parks and Recreation Department.
The application period for the Tony Colasardo Scholarship Fund opened on Monday, February 10 and will close on Friday, March 13 for youth camps and programs offered this summer by the Parks and Recreation Department.
Any family who wish to apply are encouraged to call the Department at (760) 965-3690 or complete the application online at: www.tonycolasardoscholarshipfund.com. Scholarships will be awarded on Friday, March 20 prior to the official launch of summer at the 2020 Summer Recreation Expo at the Mammoth High School Gym on Tuesday, March 31.
Trainings for Providers working with teens: