Membership

SBHA Day 2013The School-Based Health Alliance is the national voice for school-based health care (SBHC) and the home of SBHC professionals and advocates. The SBHC model broadens children’s access to health care and helps them succeed in school. Help our children thrive. Become a member today!

Membership Options

We have two membership options: Individual and Organizational. Benefits for each are listed below. Organizational members may designate three individuals to receive access to their benefits.

BenefitIndividualOrganizational
A national voice advocating for SBHC at the federal level
Online Advocacy Center designed to simplify engagement with the U.S. Congress
Subscription to School-Based Health Care eDigest to stay current with breaking news
Access to members-only content on the website, including The Blueprint, an extensive online tool to help members develop and expand SBHC services in their community
Professional networking and volunteer opportunities
Discounts to the annual convention
Access to SBHC Online Job Board
Opportunities to participate in private and federally-funded national initiatives
Letters of support for grant applications
Time limited technical assistance in program development, finance, sustainability, public policy and advocacy, coalition building, leadership training, and branding
10% discount on consulting services (up to $5,000.00)
Opportunity to run for the Alliance Board of Directors and national committees

“It’s the networking. It’s the advocacy. It’s the people. It’s having a common purpose and a common goal. It’s fabulous.”

– Nancy Passikoff, Des Moines, NM

“Membership with the School-Based Health Alliance has been phenomenal in terms of helping us develop our school-based health center. It has helped us develop a business plan for sustainability and that has been instrumental in terms of gaining grant funding.”

– Charlotte Carr, Campbell County School District, Gillette, WY

“What I appreciate most is the assimilation of information from the national perspective around what is happening at the federal level because it is so hard in our day-to-day work to keep track of what is happening at the local, state, and national levels.”

– Cindy Flye, Maranacook Student Health Center, Readfield, ME

Questions about membership? Give us a call at (202) 638-5872.