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Watch Michigan Senator Debbie Stabenow’s Message to the 2015 Convention Attendees

Michigan Senator Debbie Stabenow sent the following video message to attendees of the 2015 National School-Based Health Care Convention. School-Based Health Alliance President John Schlitt introduced the video during the leadership lunch session on June 17, 2015: Senator Stabenow’s support was integral to ensuring $200 million was included in the Affordable Care Act for school-based …

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Addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences: How SBHCs Can Turn Trauma Around

The 2015 National School-Based Health Care Convention started off with an inspiring discussion about how trauma-informed care can change lives—and how school-based health centers (SBHCs) can lead that change. Adverse childhood experiences (ACE) plague children and adolescents throughout the country and can lead to negative, long-term consequences for their academic success and medical wellbeing. New—and startling—data …

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Lead, Impact, Advocate, Engage: 2015 Youth Program

Preparations have been underway for several months to provide an engaging program for youth at this year’s National School-Based Health Care Convention. Austin, Texas, will provide a fun and energetic backdrop to a busy week. The Youth Program will open with a Champions Dinner on Tuesday evening, June 16, at Cedar Door, a local Austin …

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