Welcome to Our New Website!

As you’ve probably noticed, things look a little different here at www.sbh4all.org. We’ve rebuilt our website to provide a better experience to the school-based health care field. We’re excited about the results.

What’s New

You’ll notice the navigation is completely revamped. We’ve tried to make it easier to locate the information you need. All of our tools are now housed under the Resources tab. Webinars and events can be found under Training. And general information about school-based health centers (SBHCs) and child and adolescent health is located under School Health Care.

This website also gives our members new ways to connect with one another. If you are a member, you’ll find the member dashboard under Resources after you create a login for the website. In the dashboard, you’ll be able to post to our job board and connect with your peers on our member forum. You’ll also have access to the Blueprint, where you can download a variety of resources and submit your own to share with the school-based health care field.

What’s Still to Come

There are still a few pages and tools we are migrating to the new site. We’re updating things like our sustainability tools and cost survey. We’re still uploading resources to the Blueprint. Our webinar archive is being updated on our website and at YouTube. We thank you for your patience as we continue learning and getting used to our new website. If there’s anything from the old website you’re having trouble finding, shoot us an email and we’ll guide you to it!

What Do You Think?

We’re very excited about all the opportunities this new website presents to us. But what do you think? Let us know in the comments below!



  1. by Mona Carey on June 9, 2015 at 11:00 am

    The type is too light and difficult to read! May be these “old eyes”! Keep up the good work though!

  2. by Kyle Taylor on June 9, 2015 at 11:09 am

    Thanks for your feedback, Mona. We’re going to continue to tweak the website and it’s helpful to hear directly from our users. We’ll certainly keep this in mind.

  3. by Janet Long on June 15, 2015 at 1:53 pm

    I agree the type is too light. Other wise it is easy to navigate.

  4. by Chardial Samuel on June 16, 2015 at 6:23 pm

    If we currently have a subscription to the Blueprint, is there a way to access it while construction is occurring? If not, when do you expect to release the new Blueprint? I access the Blueprint as if its my Sunday School Bible (LOL). So, I’m really missing it right now, but very excited to see the new and improved version.

  5. by Sue Catchings on July 20, 2015 at 6:42 pm

    Just wanted all of you to know that as a participant to every convention since 1995–my hat is off to the planning and execution of the Austin event. I thought that the topics, both clinical and administrative, were excellent; I had a hard time deciding each breakout that I attended. There was great balance of topics that school health encompasses–all things being said, I am grateful that I was there and hope that you all will continue to ensure that the presentation topics are timely and are delivered with great foresight be people who are knowledgeable and forthright. I was very pleased–just as my evaluation of the sessions that I attended showed. Thank you all so much for putting together a great venue! Sue Catchings, Baton Rouge, LA

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