Thank You to Our Funders
In addition to the many child-health advocates and experts whose contributions support our work, we gratefully acknowledge the following generous funders. Thank you for supporting us in achieving our vision that all children are healthy and achieving at their fullest potential.
Through a national cooperative agreement with HRSA, the School-Based Health Alliance assists the Bureau of Primary Health Care grantees (federal safety net providers) in meeting program requirements and improving performance in caring for the health of school-aged children.
The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation funds the School-Based Health Alliance to equip school-based health professionals with skills to implement a screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) approach to prevent adolescent substance misuse.
Through the National Quality Counts initiative, the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Division of Child, Adolescent, and Family Health provides support to the School-Based Health Alliance and the Center for School Mental Health at University of Maryland to expand the number of school-based health services and strengthen their sustainability by developing a set of national standardized performance measures.
Grant funding through Merck supports our project to improve adolescent immunizations rates by school-based health providers.
The School-Based Health Alliance collaborated with the National Council for Mental Wellbeing and the Weitzman Institute to deliver a two-part webinar series that explored the impacts and opportunities related to trauma-informed care within schools. The partners also implemented an ECHO series for providers who work with children and adolescents in a school setting — Childhood Trauma in the COVID-19 Era. These efforts are made possible by the Center of Excellence for Integrated Health Solutions (CoE-IHS), a training and technical assistance center funded by a grant award from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and operated by the National Council for Mental Wellbeing.
SBHA supports Child Trends in the Innovations in Family Planning Clinical Service Delivery for Underserved School-Based Populations project, funded by the Office of Population Affairs. SBHA works with Child Trends to identify, document, and disseminate innovative strategies that are used to provide family planning services to underserved adolescents in school-based settings.
Yale NIH HEALS
The Aetna Foundation
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
American Psychological Association
The Atlantic Philanthropies
The S.D. Bechtel Foundation
The California Endowment
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
The Colorado Health Foundation
The Duke Endowment
The Ford Foundation
The Highmark Foundation
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
W.K. Kellogg Foundation