OSBHA Blogs

CORE Grant Program Now Accepting Applications!

Suzanne Flory

Feb 6, 2015

​OSBHA is excited to announce the RFA release for the 2015-2016 CORE grant program! Check out our FAQ about the CORE grant program! What is the CORE grant program? Through the generous support of the EC Brown Foundation, the CORE grant program seeks to assist school-based health centers (SBHCs) as they work with school-aged youth to develop healthy relationship skills and...

Oregon SBHCs: From 1985-2010

Rafael Otto

Dec 15, 2014

Contributed by Alyssa Rust Honoring a Legacy and Advancing a Future outlines 25 years, from 1985-2010, of Oregon’s School-Based Health Center (SBHC) history and their ability to build access to health care for children. The summary below provides highlights from the report.   A Look Back The SBHC movement first began in the late 1960s with centers opening in Massachusetts...

School-Based Health Centers and the Medical Home Model

Rafael Otto

Nov 25, 2014

Patient-Centered Primary Care Homes (PCPCH) in Oregon A patient-centered primary care home is a model that reinforces a patient-centered approach to providing care. The model of care promotes strong relationships with patients and their families with an emphasis on treating the whole person, therefore reducing costs, improving care through early intervention, a focus on prevention and...

Oregon to Explore Innovation in School Health Care Policy and Finance

Rafael Otto

Nov 3, 2014

School-Based Health Alliance Launches Inter-State Policy Learning Labs Washington, DC – Maureen Hinman, policy director for the Oregon School-Based Health Alliance, will travel to Washington, DC, this week for the launch of the School-Based Health Alliance’s new policy collaborative initiative. The Oregon School-Based Health Alliance will lead a diverse team, including...

Eye to Eye: Preconference Workshop Connects Youth and Adults

Rafael Otto

Oct 31, 2014

O​SBHA's Statewide Youth Action Council, in partnership with Planned Parenthood Southwestern Oregon and Columbia Willamette, presented their new curriculum called Eye to Eye: Discussing Sensitive Topics with Youth as a preconference session at our annual conference on October 9. Designed as a three-hour experiential learning opportunity, the workshop focuses on presenting advice from...

2014 Conference Highlights

Rafael Otto

Oct 30, 2014

Our annual school health conference, this year held in partnership with the American School Health Association (ASHA), attracted more than 400 participants to downtown Portland. With dozens of workshops and sessions designed to support school health professionals in Oregon and around the country, we also featured an SBHC-focused workshop track and celebrated some great school health work...

Training Opportunity: Our Whole Lives

Suzanne Flory

Oct 30, 2014

The Oregon School-Based Health Alliance is excited to help promote the facilitator training for the Our Whole Lives curriculum that is being co-hosted by the First Congregational Church and Planned Parenthood of Southwestern Oregon in Eugene! ​ Our Whole Lives is a series of education programs to be used in the affirming and supportive setting of our churches that equips participants...

Extra! Extra! Write All About It!

Suzanne Flory

Oct 24, 2014

Do you know a talented young person who is interested in expressing their voice? The Rational Enquirer is accepting submissions for their 2015 publication! Applications are due by November 14, 2014. You can find more information about the application process here.  The Rational Enquirer is an annual statewide publication of the Oregon Teen Pregnancy Task Force. The stories shared in...

SBHC 2012-2013 State-Level Data

Julia Hakes

Oct 22, 2014

School-based health centers have been in Oregon for nearly 30 years! SBHCs have succeeded through unique public-private partnerships between the Oregon Public Health Division, school districts, county public health departments, public and private practitioners, parents, students, and community members. School-based health care has come so far since the first SBHC at Roosevelt High School in...

Collaboration, Innovation, Prevention & Education: Our 2014-15 CORE Grantees!

Suzanne Flory

Oct 14, 2014

The Oregon School-Based Health Alliance is excited to announce the 2014-2015 CORE grant projects! This year’s cohort recently convened during the annual SBHC Conference to share project updates, work collaboratively to develop effective outreach strategies, and gain new knowledge and insight that will improve their efforts to initiate and strengthen healthy youth relationship (HYR)...

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