Job Posting: Program Manager, WA School-Based Health Alliance

The Washington School-Based Health Alliance (WA SBHA) is seeking a Program Manager, with a shared vision and passion for health and educational equity for children and youth in Washington, to be primarily responsible for implementation of WA SBHA’s Capacity-Building strategies. With the growing momentum and support for school-based health centers across Washington, this is an exciting opportunity to join…

King County Youth Marijuana Prevention & Education Program (KC-YMPEP) Youth Prevention Mini-Grants 2022

Crossposted from King County YMPEP See the grant announcement and application here: RFA: Youth Marijuana Prevention & Education Program – King County KC YMEP is providing up to $9,999 in funding to youth groups for cannabis prevention activities. The funded types of work for this mini-grant are: Supporting youth leadership skill building; Youth-led assessment, analysis,…

SBHC Friday Coffee Connection is Back!

Last school year, King County School-Based Health Center staff came together monthly for Coffee Connections events. This year, these events will move to a state wide platform. It will be co-hosted by our partner, Washington School Based Health Alliance. Our next SBHC Coffee Connections event at 9am this Friday, December 10. Please visit this link here to…

2022 National School-Based Health Care Conference – Call for Abstracts

Crossposted from the National School-Based Health Alliance Call for Abstracts Now Open! The School-Based Health Alliance is looking for experts in the school-based health care community to submit workshop proposals for the 2022 National School-Based Health Care Conference, “Achieving Health Equity Through School-Based Health Care,” June 27-30, 2022. Please consider submitting your work within the…

King County Youth Bill of Rights Project

Crossposted from King County Best Starts for Kids Greetings!   In 2014, a group of youth in King County answered “yes” to the question “do you think a youth bill of rights will improve the rights of young people like yourselves?” Their response and other input they provided was incorporated in the King County Youth Action…