Coordinated School Health

Knowing that healthy students are better learners, the Michigan School Coordinated Health Association, made up of regional representatives across the state, leads in advancing the needs of the whole child by using the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) Model Framework.

We believe in equipping children with the skills to stay healthy and be ready to learn for the rest of their lives! We work to help increase the capacity of schools & teachers through facilitating the implementation of evidence-based curricula, such as the Michigan Model for HealthTM as part of supporting the Whole Child (the WSCC model).

Michigan Model for Health Services Bubble Map with the words safety, alcohol, tobacco, & other drugs, personal health & wellness, nutrition & physical activity, Social & emotional, and HIV

Region 13 Coordinator

Serving Berrien, Southwest Heritage, and Van Buren Counties

Jen Bloomfield


Continuous Improvement and Regional School Health Coordinator

Van Buren Intermediate School District

MiShca (Michigan School Health Coordinators' Association) Map

Michigan has a unique network of Regional School Health Coordinators that works collaboratively to serve every school district, charter school, and non-public school in the state of Michigan. View the Regional School Health Coordinators map for the locations representing the 23 coordinating sites.