Wellness Center

Visit the Wellness Center!

Students need to be healthy in body, mind, and spirit in order to learn successfully. The Wellness Center is all about support for students to help them make the most of their education. The Wellness Program provides care that includes health, mental health, and substance abuse counseling; parent support and linkages; student success team support; and community referrals.

To visit the Wellness Center, drop by Room 126, call us at (415) 242-2584 (messages checked everyday except the weekend), email us at lincoln@sfwellness.org, or mail us at Abraham Lincoln High School, c/o Wellness Center, 2162 24th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94116.

Drop-ins are welcome Monday through Friday during lunch!

Need someone to talk to? Email us at lincoln@sfwellness.org

Wellness Center referrals should use this online Wellness Referral Form.


Wellness Center Staff & Services

  • Wellness Center [room 126]

    • Wellness Coordinator: Kristen Edmonston
    • Youth Outreach Coordinator: Ian Michael Enriquez (Tagalog)
    • School Health Programs 
      • School Nurse: Genevieve Evenhouse (Cebuano/Visayan, Tagalog)
      • General Health Consultation 
      • Reproductive Health Education and counseling
      • Tobacco Use Prevention Education (TUPE) Program: developing programs, events, and presentations to prevent youth from using tobacco or assisting them to quit.
  • RAMS [room 126 & 162]
    Counseling Services (Daily): integrated behavioral health services for mental health and substance abuse
    • Molly Fisher, Behavioral Health Specialist (Spanish)
    • Stephanie Yuen, Behavioral Health Specialist (Cantonese)
    • Sarath Suon, Counselor (Mon/Thu, Khmer)
  • Student Intervention Team [room 158]
    Counseling Services: individual and group counseling services
    • Elita McFadden, Counselor (Mon/Fri)
  • Community Youth Center [room 158]
    Counseling Services: Medi-Cal individual counseling
    • Andrea De Leon, Counselor (Mon/Thu, Tagalog/Spanish)
    • Sophia Ng, Counselor (Tue, Cantonese)
    • Leonard Cheung, Counselor (Tue/Thu, Cantonese)
  • Oakes Children Center [room 184 & 162]
    Counseling Services: EHRMS & Medi-Cal individual counseling
    • Alla Bolsheva, Counselor (Mon/Tue, Russian)
    • Melanie Dorson, Counselor (Tue)
  • Hearing and Speech Center [room 128]
  • Case Management: individual and group support
    • Steven Lopez, Manager (Wed, Spanish/ASL)
    • Dorothea Tolliver, Specialist (Wed, ASL/MSL)
  • Ohlhoff Recovery Programs [room 184]
    Counseling Services: substance abuse counseling and recovery services
    • Teresa Pollock, Counselor (Thu, German)
  • Instituto Familiar de la Raza [room 158]
    Counseling Services: individual counseling and case management
    • Lazzuly Mello, Counselor (Fri, Spanish)
  • Student Activities@ Lunch
    • Gay Straight Alliance: [Mondays in 137]
      Student organization working to challenge homophobia and heterosexism, promote a safer school environment, and educate their peers around the issues of romantic freedom.
      • Morgan Wallace, LGBTQ Support Liaison
    • Chinese Newcomer Group: [Tuesdays in 220]
      Led by the Community Youth Center from Chinatown, this group focus on helping students integrate into their present community.
      • Ka Wing Wong, Group Facilitator (Cantonese/Mandarin)
    • Hip Hop Club(Horse Play): [Tuesdays in Dance Room]
      Student club focused on learning and performing hip hop dance.
      • Yuliha Vasquez & Kay Wong, Club Presidents
    • Tupulaga Talavou Tula'i: [Wednesdays in 227]
    • Led by the Samoan Community Development Center to support students of Polynesian descent.
      • Edel Vaovasa & Kayla Tago, Group Facilitators (Samoan)
    • Improv Club(Lincoln Mustangs Funny Actors Organization): [Thursdays in Auditorium]
      Wellness faculty (Ian Enriquez) led student club focused on learning and performing improvisational theater sports.
      • Philip Wolf & Chloe Wong, Club Presidents

In Case of Workplace Injury:

It is always a good idea to let the District know if you're hurt on the job, regardless of the nature of the injury or the treatment you choose. 


Call the Nurse Help Line: 415-241-6392

Wellness Center Seeks Donations

Dear Parents/Guardians,

We try our best in the Wellness Center to give the students something tangible to help them get through the day.  If you would like to donate to help our students, the Wellness Center is accepting donations of the following:

  • water bottles
  • nuts (all kinds), 
  • granola bars/ breakfast bars
  • herbal teas

to help meet the health needs of our students. We offer these items to students when they don’t feel well, have headaches and/or stomach aches and need that extra boost of energy.  If you have items you’d like to donate, please drop them off in Room 126 or leave them in the main office, clearly marked “Donation for Wellness.”

Thank you!