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Services for Youth

School Nurse Services for Niagara High School Students

A school nurse is available to provide one-on-one support to Niagara students in grades nine to 12 with:

  • Relationships, birth control, and sexual health (in select schools)
  • Substance misuse and addiction, including vaping and smoking
  • Stress and coping skills
  • Personal health concerns such as sleep habits, healthy eating and physical activity
  • Dental health
  • Vaccinations
  • Connection to other community services

School nurses can be reached by a phone call or text Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. If you contact them outside of these hours, you can expect a response the following day. Weekend calls or texts will be answered on Monday.

This is not an emergency or crisis service. If this is an emergency, call 911. For other crisis lines and community services available to Niagara youth, see our Community Services section below.

Nurse by School


  • A.N. Myer
  • Centennial
  • Eden
  • Greater Fort Erie Secondary
  • Lakeshore
  • Laura Secord
  • Notre Dame
  • Port Colborne High
  • Saint Michael
  • Saint Paul
  • Saint Francis
  • Stamford Collegiate
  • Westlane
  • Alternative education sites
  • Beamsville Secondary
  • Blessed Trinity
  • Denis Morris
  • DSBN Academy
  • E.L. Crossley
  • Eastdale
  • Governor Simcoe
  • Grimsby Secondary
  • Holy Cross
  • Sir Winston Churchill
  • St. Catharines Collegiate
  • Thorold Secondary
  • Franco-Niagara
  • Saint-Jean-de-Brébeuf

Community Services for Niagara Youth

Due to COVID-19, regular services and programming may be affected. Call or visit the website for updates.

Still not sure who to call? Dial 211 for free, confidential, 24-hour support or visit INCommunities.

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