EverThrive IL updates its organizational policy agenda annually. The Child and Adolescent Health Initiative also has a specific policy agenda, highlighting policy priorities for our field.
The Illinois School-Based Health Alliance (ISBHA) works to ensure that children and adolescents are healthy, safe, and ready to learn by advocating for and supporting school health centers (SHCs) as school and community assets.
This toolkit was developed by EverThrive Illinois and the Illinois School-Based Health Alliance (ISBHA) to support Illinois school health centers (SHCs) with the transition to Medicaid managed care.
The ISBHA is hosting a webinar series covering various topics related to Medicaid Managed Care and School Health Centers (SHCs). This technical assistance opportunity is designed to strengthen relationships and care coordination between SHCs and Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) and ensure that SHCs are integrated into the State’s Medicaid managed care landscapes.
This database offers literature that’s pertinent to School Health Centers (SHCs) and child and adolescent health. Our hope is that this page will serve as a launching point to reliable research information. We update this page with source information as we identify new, relevant literature. Below you will find a list of articles organized by the following topic areas:
Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a common sexually transmitted infection (STI). In most people, the HPV infection clears up on its own and does not cause health problems. Nevertheless, even if a person doesn’t get sick from HPV, he/she can still infect another person with HPV. About 10-20% of the time, the HPV infection doesn’t clear up on its own and can turn into cancer.