Our mission is to strengthen school based health services and systems that promote the health and academic success of young people.

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Wellness Partners provide key backing for OSBHA to support Oregon Youth.



OSBHA hosts a number of convenings, trainings, webinars, advocacy events and summits throughout the year.



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


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From Our Blogs

Our March newsletter includes info on how we're adapting our work to support our mission through the COVID-19 pandemic, a survey to help us understand the needs of SBHCs during this time, and resources for Oregon communities
If you are looking for food resources, check with your school district to see what their plan is.  Most districts have grab and go food available for students, many for all children in their area 1-18.  Some are for pick up at schools, and others are delivering to bus stations.  Partners for a Hunger Free Oregon has also compiled a list of ways to access food assistance.
This information has been provided by the Oregon Health Authority from a poll of School-Based Health Centers across the state.  It is accurate as of March 19th, 2020, and we recommend checking in with your SBHC after that date to see if things have changed.  We are also likely to see some SBHCs close for Spring Break, and then assess their status after break, either coming back or
2020 School Health Advocacy Day Youth from all around Oregon joined us on February 25th at the Oregon State Capitol for School Health Advocacy Day 2020. Students facilitated 25 meetings with their legislators to discuss the importance of school-based health services, and we were very excited to welcome Governor Kate Brown as our keynote speaker.  The Governor