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They say it takes a village to raise a child, and it does! With your contribution to CASBHC, you are not only helping adolescents, but you are also helping to ensure the survival of School-Based Health Centers and the critical role they play in creating a healthy and thriving future generation of Connecticut.

The association is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Your monetary donations qualify for tax deductions.

Become A Member Of CASBHC!


• Individual Membership: Friend of CASBHC: $50
A Friend of CASBHC is an individual who shows their support for healthy children and adolescents and believes that healthy kids make better learners and build stronger communities. Benefits include your name on the CASBHC website.
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• Affiliate Membership: Affiliate: $100
This membership category is for organizations who wish to show their support for healthy children and adolescents and believe that healthy kids make better learners and build stronger communities. All members in this category will be identified on the CASBHC website, receive the CASBHC newsletter, and be eligible for reduced fees for conferences and workshops.
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Benefits of Membership:

  • We advocate for you on state and federal issues
  • Training opportunities and expert consultation to new and existing school-based health centers (SBHCs)
  • Discount fees on training events
  • Monthly information and Newsletter
  • Build local, statewide, and national support for SBHCs
  • Representation on statewide committees

It is being connected to a networking group of others who care about youth's health and future in Connecticut and the nation.

CASBHC Conferences - Do you want to be an exhibitor at our 2020 conference

Our Funders and Partners

CASBHC is very grateful for our funders and partners  who make the work of the association possible, and for their ongoing commitment to improving  access to quality pediatric care for all of Connecticut’s children.

Resources for Adolescents

Starting High School
So what's high school really like? Is there more work? More stress?

What Stresses You Out About School?

If you find yourself preparing for school by hoping for the best and imagining the worst, you're not alone.

Youth Provide Input on Bullying Prevention in Schools

 Federal briefings are a regular part of the annual National 4-H Conference and allow  youth to present on a topic to federal employees who play a role in implementing policy.
TeenTalk Summit Promotes Mental Health In Schools

 Kids in Crisis places counselors in Fairfield County Schools

 If you think drugs won't affect your health, think again. Get the facts about the most commonly abused drugs. Learn what they are and how using drugs, even just once, can affect your body and your mind.

PhotoVoice: photography for a change
Teens use PhotoVoice to Advocate for Safer Parks
Dr. Robert E. Appleby School-Based Health Center is one of the largest organizations for young people and social change.