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The School-Based Health Alliance represents those who support, receive, and provide health care to more than 2,300 schools and school-connected programs across the nation.

We advocate for national and state policies, programs, and funding that sustain, grow, and integrate school-based health care into our nation’s health care and education systems to promote greater academic success.

We provide leadership, resources, and technical assistance to enable school-based health centers to deliver high quality services, become financially stable, and play an active role in public policy.

Our membership is comprised of school nurses and nurse practitioners; health educators; principals and school board members; adolescent, pediatric, and family physicians; social workers and psychologists; mental and oral health professionals; community, migrant, and rural health centers; state adolescent health coordinators; researchers and evaluators; hospitals and foundations; federal, state, and local public health agencies; families; and community advocates just like you!

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Membership Options/Benefits: We have two membership options: Individual and Organizational. Read about the difference between the two categories and the benefits of each.

User Menu/Membership PortalManage your membership, locate the forum, and post on our job board all from one location. (Must be logged in to access.)

The BlueprintThe Blueprint is a member’s only tool to help guide you as you design, operationalize, and expand your SBHC to meet the needs of your students and community.

Technical AssistanceSubmit a technical assistance request online.

Job BoardSchool-Based Health Alliance members can post open positions on our job board to recruit talented applicants.