Coordinated School Health Network (CSHN)
The Coordinated School Health Network is a project that trains, consults and shares information with local schools, school districts, and Educational Service Districts across Washington. Currently, full network membership is limited to state-supported programs that provide systematic support for the Coordinated School Health approach through policies or funding. Partnerships with outside CSH-related allies are underway.
There are currently eight program partners in the CSHN:
- Health and Fitness Cadre (OSPI)
- Tobacco Prevention Program (DOH)
- School Nurse Corps (OSPI)
- Youth School Health Cadre (DOH/OSPI)
- KNOW Trainers (OSPI)
- Action for Healthy Kids (DOH)
- HIV/AIDs Cadre (OSPI)
Led by the Washington State Coordinated School Health Program at the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) and the Department of Health (DOH), the CSHN is supported with funds from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Division of Adolescent and School Health.