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

Wellness Partner

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

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Events

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

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Stories

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

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Support OSBHA

Your donations and memberships are essential forms of support.

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From Our Blogs

  This blog post is by Trace Terrell, a member of La Pine High School Youth Action Council  Hello everybody! My name is Trace Terrell, im 15, and I am involved with YouthLine: a free, confidential, teen-to-teen crisis help support hotline for teens, and in my schools YAC (Youth Action Council). This blog post represents my personal views, not those of the YAC or YouthLine. Being a
YAC projects provide opportunities for students to collaborate, build skills, and advocate for their communities. Engaging projects are also essential for retention of YAC members. In this follow-up to last year’s webinar, you will hear from youth and YAC Coordinators who are creating powerful YAC projects in their communities. The Oregon School-Based Health Alliance (OSBHA
  This blog post is by James Biggers, a member of OSBHA Student Health Advocates.  If you’re anything like me you have a lot of opinions. Many of those opinions relate to the well-being of ourselves, our friends and family, and our society as a whole. As a result we feel passionately and struggle with frustration if we feel as if there is nothing we can do to
This blog post is by Destiny Ogbeama, a member of OSBHA Student Health Advocates.    As the school year comes to a close students everywhere are struggling to have the motivation to finish strong. Everything seems to be happening so fast and youth have trouble taking it all in at once. Without finding the proper way to address their needs they end up taking unhealthy