Michigan One of a Dozen “High-Growth” States for SBHCs
With the School-Based Health Alliance’s conference currently underway in Austin, the dialogue surrounding School-Based Health Care is at full throttle. The SBHA released the graphic a while back, which demonstrates the growth and impact of School-Based Health Care in Michigan. Michigan is one of only a few dozen states that has seen 200%+ growth since 1998. In fact, we’ve added 28 additional centers since this graphic was created in 2013-14.
Check out the map below to see how we compare to other states:
California, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Georgia, South Carolina, Florida, Ohio, West Virginia, Michigan, DC, and Connecticut are all considered high-growth states.