The Healthy Students, Promising Futures (HSPF) Learning Collaborative brings together state teams committed to increasing access to Medicaid services in schools and promoting safe and supportive school environments. State teams currently include representatives from the state education agency, state Medicaid agency, and two local school districts. Some teams also have other agencies, advocates and public health officials participating.
HSPF is led by Healthy Schools Campaign and Trust for America’s Health. Participating state teams receive support through strategic advice, training and technical assistance, opportunities for peer learning and regular communications. HSPF also hosts two symposiums per year to provide key content and policy updates and to facilitate cross-state learning and sharing. State teams also benefit from the robust participation of dozens of national partner organizations.
The Healthy Students, Promising Futures (HSPF) Learning Collaborative currently has 15 participating teams, some of which have been part of HSFP since 2016, and others that joined since then. New teams are accepted in HSPF on a rolling basis. Click here to learn more about the Colorado team.