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We’re a professional membership network powered by volunteer leaders and fueled by three 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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by Lynn Bretl, SAHRC Director
I’m grateful for this quirky group of committed, diverse, smart, irreverent, rock-solid allies to young people. You all remind me daily that despite our fatigue, we are a force to be reckoned with.
If your program is in the “planning to plan” stage, the State Adolescent Health Resource Center’s overview of foundational tips and tools for SAHCs and MCH programs can orient you.
The Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine's (SAHM) Diversity Committee created this Anti-Racism Toolkit to help adolescent health professionals combat racism, promote racial justice, reduce health disparities, and advance health equity for youth.
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Our partners at the State Adolescent Health Resource Center publish a monthly newsletter packed with curated resources on timely adolescent health topics.