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We’re a professional membership network led by state-level volunteers, powered by SAHRC, and fueled by national resource partners.
Through meetings, listserv conversations, and steady connection to technical assistance and resources, NNSAHC gives designated State Adolescent Health Coordinators (SAHCs) in State Title V/MCH programs (and their colleagues who share responsibility for adolescent health programming) a place to convene, share information, set priorities, and build community.
Whether you’re a full-time coordinator of your state’s broad efforts, a part-time manager of a specific adolescent health issue, or an adolescent health point person within a department, our member network and the staff at the State Adolescent Health Resource Center (SAHRC) can help you with anything from meeting your peers to managing your to-do list.
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Not a State Adolescent Health Coordinator? But still working to advance adolescent health? This website is for you, too: please check out our Key Topics and For New SAHCs pages, and sign up for the State Adolescent Health Resource Center’s monthly newsletter here.
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