• 2015 Call for Abstracts is Open
    The School-Based Health Alliance seeks experts and innovators to present at our 2015 convention. Do you have expertise in clinical skills, accountability, systems, population health, or business? Share your experience, evidence-based practices, resources, and tools with your colleagues from the school-based health care field in Austin, Texas. Click here to submit an abstract for your presentation. The call for abstracts is only open from September 29 through November 3, 2014, so don’t delay.
  • Join Our Youth Advisory Council
    The School-Based Health Alliance is searching for members to be a part of our national Youth Advisory Council. Youth ages 14-21 who have accessed school-based health center services, worked to address health care issues impacting young people, or are passionate about school-based health care are eligible to apply for a one-year position on the council. Click here for more information, including how to join.
  • 2013-14 School-Based Health Center Census
    The School-Based Health Alliance has launched the 2013-14 School-Based Health Center Census! Data about your health center will help us track how we are at the forefront of providing high-quality, comprehensive health care to children and adolescents in schools.

    If you complete the census during our initial summer push (July 1- August 15), you will be entered into a raffle to win a $100 gift card. Finish the census within 10 days of starting, and your name will be entered into the raffle twice. If you have questions, please contact us at

  • New Grants Lead to Exciting Programs from the School-Based Health Alliance
    The School-Based Health Alliance is pleased to announce that we have received grants from the Atlantic Philanthropies and the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation in June. These grants will support the school-based health care movement by providing valuable resources, trainings, and programs.

    Our grant from the Atlantic Philanthropies is a $2.5 million grant, distributed over a three-year period. This funding will be used to:

    • establish a data center to demonstrate the full power of SBHCs to current and emerging health care markets and other stakeholders;
    • create a multi-state public-private funders policy collaborative to advance policies that support and value the full integration of school-based health care within emerging organizational and financial models; and
    • develop a school health leadership fellows program to engage and prepare younger school-based health care advocates to fill the knowledge and experience void left by departing long-time experts and advocates.

    The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation provided the School-Based Health Alliance with a $250,000 grant distributed over two years to address the growing public health concern of adolescent substance abuse in the United States. The School-Based Health Alliance will use this funding to equip school-based health care professionals with the necessary skills to implement a screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) approach with students who are most at-risk of abusing drugs and alcohol.

  • New Directions for School-Based Health
    The School-Based Health Alliance is pleased to partner with the CVS Caremark Charitable Trust to create the next generation of school-based health centers (SBHCs). The New Directions for School-Based Health Grant—funded by CVS Caremark Charitable Trust and administered by the School-Based Health Alliance—will build the capacity of the school-based health care field to become integrated and active participants in the larger health care ecosystem through policy and practice solutions.