National Assembly On School-Based Health Care

National Assembly On School-Based Health Care

The National Assembly on School-Based Health Care (NASBHC) is a membership organization that promotes and supports school-based health centers (SBHCs) to assure that all children and adolescents receive high quality, comprehensive health care. Their motto Bringing health care to schools for student success demonstrates their belief that school-based health centers greatly enhance access to health care for all school-aged children and youth.

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... NASBHC advocates for national, state, and local policies, programs and funding that sustain, grow, and integrate school-based health care into our nation’s ... power is derived from the field – the thousands of passionate and committed school-based health care professionals, consumers and advocates across the nation who are the heart of this grassroots movement ... that 71% of voters support the idea of providing health care in schools ...

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