Celebrating Success: Reflections on the CORE Grant Program

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.    
 

Now Hiring! Program and Advocacy Coordinator

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Program and Advocacy Coordinator

Position:   Program and Advocacy Coordinator
Reports to:  Executive Director
Non-exempt, hourly position: 32 hours/week
Compensation: $18.00 to $20.00/hour, employer paid health and dental insurance, vacation, sick leave, retirement savings
 

Program and Advocacy Coordinator

For Immediate Release: NEW AND INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO HEALTHY RELATIONSHIP SERVICES LAUNCHES AT TWO PORTLAND HIGH SCHOOLS

Portland, Ore. May 2, 2018– The Oregon School-Based Health Alliance, Raphael House of Portland, Volunteers of America Home Free, and Portland Public Schools are delighted to announce the launch of a collaborative program providing Healthy Relationship Advocacy services at Cleveland and Franklin High Schools.

Youth Blog: Why We Need Mental Health Services At Schools


This blog post is by Cindy Wu, a Student Health Advocate at OSBHA. Thanks to the work of OSBHA Student Health Advocates along with many other youth and OSBHA partners across Oregon, our 2018 request to the Oregon Legislature for additional mental health funding in schools was granted! Starting in July, Oregon schools will have close to an additional $1 million to support mental health services. 

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