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Connecticut Association of 
School Based Health Centers

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The Community Preventive Services Task Force recommends the
implementation and maintenance of school-based health centers
(SBHCs) in low-income communities to improve educational and
health outcomes.
Facts about Health

 After more than 11 years working with the staff and a dedicated board of directors to build CASBHC into a respected and dynamic organization, our Executive Director, Jesse White-Fresé, has announced her decision to retire from her position this fall.


You can view the complete announcement here.


Please join CASBHC Board of Directors on November 29th for cocktails and hors'dourves at Tuscany Grill in Middletown to honor Jesse's dedication to CASBHC, and her long-time career in building and advocating for School Based Health Centers. Buy tickets here


Children's Behavioral Health Plan Progress Report
The October 2018 progress report of the Children's Behavioral Health Advisory Board is available.  Read it here 

New Job posting (Community Health Center is seeking a full time APRN)

How do more than 1,000 students in Connecticut rate their patient care experience in their SBHC?  Read CASBHC's Student Satisfaction Survey 2016 - 2017 Report to find out what they think!

2018 Report of the School Based Health Center Advisory Committee
The latest report of the School Based Health Center Advisory Committee makes recommendations on minimum standards for SBHCs and expanded school health sites, and statutory and regulatory changes to improve health care access.  Read the full report.

The Connecticut Association of School Based Health Centers is an advocacy and networking organization committed to increasing access to quality health care for all children and adolescents in Connecticut schools.

Connecticut’s school based health centers have been delivering comprehensive health care to students in schools for 30 years -- where they spend 25% of their day.  Today, there are more than 96 school based health centers in the state, and the number keeps growing each year.  The centers have become part of the essential system of care for children and adolescents, providing physical, mental health, and oral health services to over 44,000 students annually in 26 communities.

ADVOCACY 2017

An investment in CASBHC, is an investment in the health of a child and the future of Connecticut.