Posts Tagged ‘New Directions’

New Directions Grantees Focus on Youth and Family Engagement

April 19, 2016

Effective youth and family engagement practices at school-based health centers (SBHCs) can lead to improved community relationships and better health outcomes. Such practices can also mean improved sustainability, productivity, and fiscal health for SBHCs. This is why several sites in our New Directions for School­-Based Health grant program focused...

School-Based Health Alliance 2013-14 Annual Report

August 13, 2015

2013-14 was a busy year for the School-Based Health Alliance! Our Hallways to Health and New Directions initiatives tested innovative methods of providing care and building sustainable school-based health centers (SBHCs), we launched the Linda Juszczak Legacy Fund in honor of our former president, and we committed creating more SBHCs...

A New Approach to In-School Suspension

January 28, 2015

By Kyle Taylor, Communications Manager, School-Based Health Alliance Teachers and school administrators have a lot on their plates, and when a student is acting out in class, removing the disruptive student from the classroom is oftentimes their only option. But when a student is removed and placed in a...

At the Corner of Health and Academic Achievement: Thundermist Health Center “Links to Success” Program

September 18, 2014

By Erin Ashe, Program Assistant, School-Based Health Alliance School-based health centers (SBHCs) are uniquely poised to deliver care where heath and academic achievement intersect. Thundermist Health Center, a New Directions for School-Based Health grantee, knows that a multifaceted model addressing the student’s health, behavioral wellbeing, school environment, and family...