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Join us as we move toward MORE and GREAT school-based health centers (SBHCs)!

Become a member today!The School-Based Health Alliance is unique. No other organization brings you insights about SBHCs, the people they serve, and the individuals who work in them like we do. Soon, the National Quality Initiative that we are building alongside the Center for School Mental Health will collect and report on the performance indicators that matter to you, complementing our triennial school-based health center census. Without the support of our members, we couldn’t do this.

We’re your voice in Washington on issues like persuading the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services to create an SBHC point-of-service code, which will greatly improve Medicaid and private-payer reimbursement for the great services you provide. Without unrestricted funds through membership dues, this work is not possible.

We offer vital training and technical assistance—webinars, events, and our annual convention—on a range of issues, from SBHC sustainability to oral health implementation. Our members’ support brings us the resources we need to provide these opportunities to the SBHC field.

Right now our members are helping us shape the content of the 2016 convention by reviewing abstracts, participating in our leadership fellows program, and exploring sustainable business practices in our policy collaborative. We want your voice as well.

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  1. by Patti Solano on October 21, 2015 at 7:39 am

    Hi, I attended your webinar yesterday and would like to speak with someone more about the possibilities that may exist for me to offer support from the American Lung Association in Chicago. Part of my Responsibility’s are to implement quality systems improvement and processes with school based clinics and to help the highest risk children with asthma with environmental home assessments through my grant funding.I would love the opportunity to talk more about this.
    I can be reached at Patti.Solano@lung.org or 312-940-6994

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