Moderated by:

Sandy Lennon MA, Executive Director, The Washington School Based Health Alliance 

Speakers:

Ben Berger LMHC, Mental Health Therapist, Neighborcare Health 

Dwane Chappelle M.ED, Director, Seattle Department of Education and Early Learning 

Sara Rigel CHES, School-Based Partnerships Program Manager, Public Health  

Cora Weed MSW, Director of Operations, Neighborcare Health 

 

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Neighborcare Health Presents is a series of community conversations that bring together industry experts, policy makers, partners, and community members to discuss the impact health care has on the social issues facing our community.

This year’s topic is focused on school-based health centers (SBHC) and how providing care inside schools can better serve students and increase graduation rates. Speakers will address current funding models, discuss health outcomes, and more broadly address why school-based health centers are important to our community. 

Who should attend?
This forum will cover information, strategy, data, and patient stories from experts who understand the important role school-based health centers play in closing the opportunity gap and improving health outcomes for children. Policy makers, partners, and community members are encouraged to attend to learn how we can work together to provide better care in our schools to make our community healthier and stronger.

Event Details

Wednesday, November 6, 2019
8:30- 9 am Registration and Check-In
9- 11 am Discussion and Q&A

The Panoramic Room at Pacific Tower
1200 12th Ave S, Suite 801
Seattle WA 98144

 

Questions? Contact ashleym@neighborcare.org or 206.548.3049

Corporate Sponsors: 

 

        

 

Community Health Plan of Washington