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American School Health Association!

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OSBHA wins 2014 Outstanding Achievement Award...

...in partnership with the Oregon Health Authority!

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Welcome to the Oregon School-Based Health Alliance!

Our mission is to promote the health and academic success of children and youth through sustaining, strengthening,

and expanding school-based health centers.

School-Based Health

Sixty-eight certified school-based health centers currently operate in 20
Oregon counties.



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



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


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From Our Blogs

One of the greatest benefits of the CORE grant program is that it carries forward best practices and lessons learned among SBHCs who have worked to establish and enhance adolescent social and sexual health services across Oregon. As we prepare to launch the next round of CORE grants, OSBHA reflects upon and celebrates the successes of the 2013-2014 CORE grantees.
Contributed by Iliana White, Program Manager, School-Based Health Alliance This post originally appeared on the School-Based Health Alliance's blog. It has been demonstrated time and time again that school-based health centers (SBHCs) provide high quality, comprehensive care to students where they spend most of their time—in school. The model, however, can be viewed
Recently, I had the opportunity to attend the Adolescent Sexuality Conference in Seaside, Oregon. Of the many workshops I participated in, the most memorable was It Will Never Happen to Me led by four young mothers as a senior final project, each young woman told us about the broad range of changes and struggles they face as teen mothers. They led us through their individual experiences from when
Nearing the end of my Sophomore year of high school I began dating Jane. Her name isn’t Jane but that’s not important to this story. Jane and I met through following each other on Twitter and we began our relationship sometime around mid May of 2012 and things were great. We’d hang out and watch Gossip Girl or Teen Wolf or Vampire Diaries because I’m not one to argue and I