Meet our New Wellness Partner Members

Kaiser Permanente

Inaugural Gold Level Member in 2015

Care Oregon

Gold Level Member in 2016

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a Wellness Partner

Our mission is to promote the health and academic success of children and youth through sustaining, strengthening, and expanding school-based health centers.

Wellness Partner

Wellness Partners provide key backing for OSBHA to support school-based health centers.

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Events

Featured annual events include Awareness Day in February and our fall school health conference.

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Stories

SBHCs support student health and academic achievement. Our stories will help you understand why.

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Support OSBHA

Your donations and memberships are essential forms of support for us and the SBHC field!

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From Our Blogs

‚Äč   OSBHA ACTION ALERT   Oregon is in a tight budget spot this legislative session. We need your support to ensure SBHCs remain funded and a priority in Oregon.   The ways and means committee will be traveling around Oregon to ask for public input on this year’s budget. We need you to show up for SBHCs! Choose an event near you:   Salem: 5 to 7 p.m
The Oregon School-Based Health Alliance (OSBHA) is a nonprofit organization with a mission to strengthen school based health services and systems that promote the health and academic success of young people. We are forming a School-Based Health Center Advisory Committee to help guide and inform the OSBHA work focus and priorities. We want to connect with and better understand the needs and wants
Health News You Can Use : Vaccines. One Less Shot   There’s at least 10 vaccinations the CDC recommends for youth 7-18 years old. That’s at least 10 shots! Keep in mind some require multiple doses. Eeek so many!     But There’s Good News! The CDC (Center for Disease Control) has now reduced that load by one. That’s right the HPV vaccine can
(CNN)Taking hormonal birth control might be associated with an increased risk for depression compared with those who don't use contraception, according to a new study published in the journal JAMA Psychiatry. [...] it is not very surprising that also external artificial hormones acting in the same way and on the same centers as the natural hormones might also