HHI - Home & Hospital Instruction Program
What is HHI and who can apply for the program?
HHI is a program in which we provide temporary educational services to students in their home (and/or hospital within our district boundaries) if they need to be out of school for four weeks or longer.
Students who temporary unable to attend school due to a medical condition such as illness, injury, mental or emotional disability being treated by a physician can apply for this program.
The application must either include one or both of the following:
1: a signed letter from a California licensed Physician/Psychiatrist stating the condition and treatment plan for the student
2: the licensed California Physician/Psychiatrist must completely fill out and sign the backside of the application on the Physician/Psychiatrist Certification portion.
This is a temporary service
it is the parent/guardian's responsibility to notify the school of the student's medical condition and apply for the program.
HHI Applications Forms:
Only COMPLETED Applications will be processed.
Parents/Guardians will be contacted within 5 business days after the submission of the completed application.
Email application to CWA@stocktonusd.net
Stockton Unified School District HHI Board Policy:
Bernadette Bettencourt, RN, MSN, PHN, CSN Director of Comprehensive Health Services (209) 933-7060
975 N. D St.
Stockton, CA 95205
Child Welfare and Attendance (CWA) Office
1144 E. Channel St. - Stockton, CA 95205
For Special Education students with an active IEP contact:
Flor Suarez Senior Special Ed. Technician (209) 933-7120 ext. 2572 Fax: (209) 943-7716 1800 South Sutter Street Stockton, CA 95206