Benefits of Membership

  • Learn about public health topics during regular webinars
  • Understand advocacy and gain skills for communicating with policymakers
  • Receive technical assistance and help with challenges your board faces
  • Obtain guidance and training on your role as a board of health member
  • Keep up-to-date on current issues with the quarterly Health Board Bulletin

To review some of the activities that InALBOH has been involved in, please check out this document:

InALBOH Activities August 2010 - July 2011
Membership form

Board of Health Contact Information

It is very important to the communication of the Indiana Association of Local Boards of Health to have up-to-date, accurate contact information (emails, addresses and phone numbers) for all board of health members in Indiana. This allows the Association to send information on current topics and upcoming trainings to board members in a timely fashion. Please take a minute to review the information sharing policy and fill out the board of health information sheet and send it to InALBOH.

Contact information sharing policy
Board of Health information sheet

National Association of Local Boards of Health

The mission of the National Association of Local Boards of Health (NALBOH) is to strengthen and improve public health governance. The Vision of NALBOH states boards of health are:

  • Appointed as a result of a well-informed selection process.
  • Comprised of individuals who have demonstrated the knowledge, skills and abilities to effectively represent and serve.
  • Well-connected to other stakeholders in public health and government.
  • Effectively and competently serving the public health needs of their community in accordance with the core functions and essential public health services.
  • Aware of NALBOH’s resources and actively engaged in its success.

NALBOH has been engaged in establishing a significant voice for local boards of health on matters of national public health policy. Their satellite office in Washington, DC has allowed them to have a permanent presence with other national public health organizations while maintaining their grassroots with their main office in Bowling Green, Ohio.

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