SBHCs' Response to COVID-19
Children ages 6 months and older are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Your SBHC may be an option for receiving the vaccine - call your SBHC to learn more or check this directory to find another community-based site near you. The vaccine is your family's best chance of staying healthy and protecting our community as we return to in-person interaction.
Visit "Where can I get vaccinated" or call 1-877-COVAXCO (1-877-268-2926) for vaccine information.
Legislative Session 2022
Senate Bill 147 will direct $1.5 million of new, one-time funding from the American Rescue Plan Act toward SBHCs to support behavioral health access in communities.
The majority of the bills we supported and benefit our communities became law. We also were able to preserve state funding for SBHCs. See more in our summary.
CASBHC Speaks Up
In light of current events, CASBHC publicized this statement from board and staff on recent events in the country and what this means for our personal and organizational commitments to being anti-racist.
SBHCs remain committed to serving children in the wake of COVID-19. CASBHC shared this press release to ensure that families know how to access health care regardless of insurance and ability to pay.
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