SBHCs Respond to COVID-19
While in-person learning in the academic year 2020-21 is in flux, School-Based Health Centers will have services available. Check back on this CASBHC schedule sheet for updates. CASBHC also released a SBHC Re-Entry Guide.
Call your School-Based Health Center for hours of operations and instructions on how to proceed.
CASBHC's ANNUAL CONFERENCE: April 27-29, 2021
The theme of this year's conference is Collective Resilience and Renewed Focus on Equity. We will be re-imagining the conference in a virtual world so instead of day-long sessions, the conference will be broken up into manageable chunks over the three days. Visit the 2021 Conference page under our Trainings/Events tab for more information.
CASBHC Speaks Out Against Police Brutality & Racism
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.
Dynamic, Yet Successful Legislative Session in 2020
CASBHC is proud to say that majority of the bills we supported and benefit our communities became law. We also were able to preserve state funding for SBHCs to continue to serve communities being affected by COVID-19, both directly and indirectly. See more in our summary.
Expanded Access to Mental Health Services
House Bill 20-1411 was signed into law on June 22, 2020. This directs federal COVID-19 (CARES) funding to SBHCs, among other entities, to meet communities' needs for mental health and substance use supports.
CASBHC Establishes Endowment
The CASBHC board of directors is pleased to announce the establishment of an endowment with Community First Foundation, which provided an additional $50,000 incentive grant in December. The new CASBHC Endowment Fund will help ensure that CASBHC work continues until "health and academic outcomes for kids are no longer predicted by circumstance."
Rep. Dafna Michaelson Jenet with members of the CASBHC team.
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