Oregon School-Based Health Alliance Announces New Executive Director

The Oregon School-Based Health Alliance (OSBHA) is pleased to announce the selection of Laurie Hoyt Huffman as the organization’s next executive director. Huffman joins OSBHA with enthusiasm for integrated health care and how the school-based health center (SBHC) model offers improved access to care and tremendous potential to positively impact health and education outcomes for young people across the state.

Healthy Youth Relationship Summit Recap

On May 9 in beautiful Eugene, Oregon right in the middle of allergy season, I got the opportunity to help facilitate the Oregon School Based Health Alliance’s first ever Healthy Youth Relationship Summit. The summit had a total of ninety young people and adult coordinators and allies from over twenty different schools, organizations, and other agencies in attendance. Speaking from my experience, it was a massive success. The theme of the Summit was Demand Respect.

SBHC Affiliates Create 18-Month Action Plan

In February 2015, the School-Based Health Alliance (SBHA) convened leaders from 16 state affiliate organizations in Washington, DC to create an 18-month joint affiliate-national action plan to drive SBHC development across the country.


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