• APS Hazel

    Hazel Health: Telehealth Services for APS Students

    Atlanta Public Schools has partnered with Hazel Health to provide access to quality healthcare services for all students, at no cost to families, this school year. A school health representative can initiate a video visit with a Hazel health care provider while your child is at school to provide either physical or mental health services. Therapy sessions with Hazel Health are in a safe space and are private and confidential.

    To ensure your child has access to this service, please take 5 minutes to sign up today.

    To learn more about Hazel Health or sign up for Hazel Health, please visit: https://my.hazel.co/atlantapublicschools/info.

  • Who is eligible to use Hazel services?

    • Any student enrolled in a traditional or non-traditional APS school with a consent form on file.

    When and where is Hazel available?

    • At School: Hazel is available at school during regular school hours. When a student is in school and needs health services, the school nurse or designated staff uses an iPad to help connect your child directly with a Hazel provider over live video.
      • Available Times: During Regular School Hours

    • At Home: Hazel is available to your child at home. You can connect directly with a Hazel provider over live video when your child needs health services. Create a Hazel account to start a video visit or join a therapy session from home.
      • Available Times:
        • Mental Health Services: Mon-Fri 7 AM-7 PM 
        • Physical Health Services: Mon-Fri 7 AM-5 PM

    How do I consent for my child to receive Hazel services?

Headlines & Features

  • Atlanta public schools offering telehealth to students

    (March 1, 2023): Any student in traditional and non-traditional Atlanta Public Schools who may need help beyond the school building can now see a doctor or talk to a mental health professional, all virtually. Channel 2′s Steve Gelhbach visited Bolton Academy and saw how telehealth is working to get kids better and back in the classroom.

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  • Atlanta Public Schools rolls out telehealth services for students

    (Oct. 25, 2022): APS has rolled out telehealth services that will save families time and money. With parents’ consent, students now have access to in-house telehealth services, meaning they can attend virtual appointments before or after school.

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