Caring for the school-aged population is critical for Community Health Centers, as health plays a critical role in setting our children up for success in life inside and outside of school. Expanding services through School-Based Health Center (SBHC) sites is a growth and development strategy. Health centers sponsor over half of the approximately 3,000 SBHCs nationwide and represent the fastest-growing sponsorship.
SBHCs increase access to health care, contribute to positive educational outcomes, reduce emergency room use, lower Medicaid costs, and expand access to mental health services.
- The Effort to Vaccinate Kids for COVID-19 Dec 02, 2022 Podcast
- School and Health Center Partnerships (4/7/22) (Webinar) Apr 07, 2022 Webinar
- School-Based Health Center COVID-19 Vaccination Guide Aug 02, 2021 Guide
- Do School-Based Health Models Expand Your Community Reach? Yes! May 17, 2022 Webinar
Nov 27, 2023 State-Level Laws to Protect CHCs’ 340B Savings