Members Responsibilities

SelfMade Health Network (SMHN) members are very important to us. One of the several advantages associated with membership is access to SMHN Quarterly Newsletters (Members Only). SMHN Quarterly Newsletters feature information about national and regional priorities, funding opportunities and additional resources available to strengthen an organization’s capacity, infrastructure as well as individual professional development skills relative to health equity. And SMHN Quarterly Calls (Members Only) oftentimes feature guest speakers. In addition, SMHN members can access webinars with downloadable resources to assist them with enhancing planning, implementation and partnership efforts and inquire about additional tailored technical assistance or training support. As a committed member of the SelfMade Health Network, you have pledged to take an active role in advancing our mission and to join groups around the country to make a difference.

Network Member organizations agree to:

  • Learn about the mission and goals of the SelfMade Health Network
  • In accordance with member organization’s social media policy, engage with SMHN on Twitter, LinkedIn, and/or Facebook Share SMHN resources with colleagues, peers, partners, etc.
  • Participate in annual SMHN Member Feedback Survey to share how you have used SelfMade Health Network resources in your work and provide feedback on how we can improve.
  • Share local community tobacco-related or cancer prevention news with SelfMade Health Network for inclusion in our member new section, newsletters or as a featured resource. Information can be sent to info@selfmadehealth.org
  • Participate in SMHN Quarterly Calls (Members Only) for learning and networking opportunities or to engage with other organizations, colleagues and professionals, exchange ideas and discuss shared challenges related to current trends (national, state, local levels), best and promising practices, evidence-based strategies about health equity, cancer prevention, early detection and survivorship, tobacco prevention and cessation and other relevant topics impacting low income populations.

Members

Alabama Department of Public Health

Alabama

Arkansas Department of Health

Little Rock, Arkansas

Arkansas Nurses Association

Little Rock, AR

Atlanta Black Chambers

Atlanta, Georgia

Cancer Alliance of Marion County

Ocala, Florida

Chenango Health Network

Norwich, NY
Cancer Prevention

Cherokee Nation

Tahlequah, OK
Cancer Prevention

Clay County Health Department

Flora, IL
Tobacco Cessation

Cox Medical Center Branson

Branson, Missouri

Delaware State University

Dover, Delaware
Department of Public and Allied Health

Dimensions Healthcare System

Cheverly, Maryland

Diversity Matters

Kimberly, Wisconsin

East Central Florida Cancer Control Collaborative

Winter Park, Florida

Emory Centers for Public Health Training and Technical Assistance

Atlanta, Georgia

Goodwill Industries of Arkansas

Little Rock, Arkansas

Hawaii State Dept of Health Tobacco Prevention & Control

Honolulu, Hawaii

Heart City Health Center

Elkhart, Indiana

Iowa Cancer Consortium

Coralville, Iowa

Jump at the Sun Consultants, LLC

Mequon, WI

Kentucky Coalition of Nurse Practitioners & Nurse Midwives

Louisville, Kentucky

KS Dept of Health & Environment

Topeka, Kansas

Leaders Advancing and Helping Communities

Dearborn, Michigan

Louisiana Department of Health

Baton Rouge, LA
Addressing Health Disparities

Louisiana Public Health Institute (LPHI)/ Tobacco Free Living (TFL)

New Orleans, LA
Tobacco Cessation

Maine CDC

Augusta, ME

Maine Coalition to Fight Prostate Cancer

Augusta, Maine

Medical Oasis Corporation

Orange Park, Florida

Michigan Department of Health & Human Services

Lansing, MI
(Division of Chronic Disease and Injury Control)-Cancer Prevention

Mountains of Hope Cancer Coalition

Morgantown, West Virginia

National Cervical Cancer Coalition – Northern Virginia

Dumfries, Virginia

North Carolina Tobacco Prevention and Control Branch

North Carolina
NC Division of Public Health

North Texas Association of Occupational Health Nurses

Texas

Northern Dauphin County YMCA Branch

Elizabethville, Pennsylvania 

Northwest Georgia Regional Cancer Coalition, Inc.

Rome, Georgia

NOVA Southeastern University – School of Health Sciences

Wilton Manors, Florida
Tobacco Prevention Program

Ohio Disability and Health Program

Columbus, Ohio

Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center

Columbus, Ohio
Center for Cancer Health Equity

Oklahoma State Department of Health – Center for the Advancement of Wellness

Oklahoma
Tobacco Cessation

Oregon Health Authority

Portland, Oregon

Scotland Health Care System

Laurinburg, NC
Addressing Health Disparities

South Carolina Community Health Worker Association

Columbia, South Carolina

Suwannee River Area Health Education Center

Alachua, Florida

Talking Tobacco

Maine

Tennessee Cancer Consortium

Brentwood, Tennessee

Tennessee Department of Health

Tennessee
Tobacco Cessation

Texas Department of State Health Services

Texas

The National Council for Behavioral Health

Washington, DC

Tobacco Free Hall County

Grand Island, Nebraska

United Counseling Service

Bennington, Vermont

University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Oklahoma
Department of Health Promotion Sciences, College of Public Health,

Utah Department of Health

Utah
Tobacco Prevention and Control Program

Vermont Department of Health

Burlington, VT

Virginia Department of Health

Virginia

Washington Rural Health Association

Spokane, Washington

Washington State Department of Health

Washington

Wisconsin Cancer Collaborative

Port Washington, Wisconsin
Cancer Prevention

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

Wisconsin
Tobacco Prevention & Control Program

Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation

Madison, WI