Portland Public Schools
Portland, Oregon

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A non-traditional learning environment
to meet students' unique needs.

4039 NE Alberta Ct. | Portland, OR 97211
Phone: (503) 916-5747 | Fax: (503) 916-2680


Health Center

Students may be referred any high school teen health center. High schools in proximity to Meek students include Grant, Jefferson, and Roosevelt.

For all school-based health centers, please refer to the list of schools at the Multnomah County website.

Grant School-Based Health Center
(503) 988-3372
2245 NE 36th Avenue; Portland, 97212
Fax: (503) 988-6918
Location: 415/GTC; NE 36th Avenue and US Grant Place
Bus: #10-33rd Avenue, #12-Sandy, MAX (to Hollywood Transit Center)

Jefferson School-Based Health Center
(503) 988-3360
5210 N. Kerby Avenue; Portland, 97217
Fax: (503) 988-5780
Location: 251/JTC; North Kerby Avenue and Killingsworth
Bus: #4-Fessenden, #72-Killingsworth/82nd Avenue

Roosevelt School-Based Health Center
(503) 988-3909
6941 North Central Street; Portland, 97203
Fax: (503) 988-5907
Location: 261/RTC; North Central Street and Ida
Bus: #75-39th Avenue/Lombard

School-based health centers are funded by Multnomah County Department of Human Services Health Division. Services are free to all enrolled students. See the counselor or school nurse for a referral. Students can also call and make their own appointment.


Student groups and individual counseling are available through our counseling center. Alcohol and Drug, Insight, Recovery, Children of Drug-Affected Families, Anger Management, Conflict Resolution, Peer Counseling, Loss and Grief groups may be offered. Support is also available for ESL and other culturally specific student groups.

Support Groups

The following groups may be offered throughout the school year by the counseling team:

Anger Group: Manage anger and related problems
Family Issues: Cope with family problems that arise
Loss Group: Cope with the problems of rejection, abandonment, death of a loved one, or loneliness
Recovery, Motivation, and COA: Find support for managing alcohol and drug issues.

Teen Parents

The Teen Parent Program offers courses, support, guidance, and referral sources for young parents.

Bus Tickets

Tri-Met monthly passes are sold in the main office before and after school and during break and lunch.

Be sure to call (503) 238-RIDE (238-7433) or visit the TriMet website for accurate route and schedule information regarding your transportation to school.


Lunch is purchased in the school cafeteria. Free and reduced meals are available for eligible students. Forms are in the enrollment packets. These can be filled in at any time during the year.