Our goal is to support a predominantly African-American school, located in a medically and socially underserved neighborhood, to implement a Wellness Policy that includes routinely, yearly obesity screening and health education. The Wellness Policy will also include guidelines for a healthy food and exercise environment in the school. The identified obese children will be linked to a weight management program on our mobile unit that serves this community. Our mobile clinic was awarded recognition as a medical home by the National Committee for Quality Assurance. This school-based intervention is a new initiative of our program, but we have been working with this school since 2006. This project will build on planning activities performed last year, with the generous support of a 2010 CATCH Planning Funds program grant. This obesity prevention initiative will lead to a healthier community by empowering the school to raise awareness of childhood obesity, identifying obese children early, and linking them to a pediatric medical home on our mobile clinic.