BECOME A MEMBER
Join the Arizona Oral Health Coalition!
This statewide group is your voice in Arizona for raising the visibility of oral health issues, advocacy and equity. Oral health is an essential part of overall health and wellbeing.
Join us in increasing awareness about oral health, educating the public and policy makers on critical issues and creating equity for all residents. Membership has no cost.
With your membership, the Coalition will support AZ State Oral Health strategies; increase its legislative influence; enhance services to members and build oral health collaborations across the state. As a statewide membership organization, anyone interested in improving the oral health status of all Arizonans is welcome to join.
It is an exciting and challenging time as we continue our work in improving the health for all residents. Join us in creating a healthier and happier Arizona!
For more information, please review the membership types.
Arizona Oral Health Coalition Has Four Types Of Membership:
- Individual: A single person at-large may join the coalition unaffiliated with any specific organization. This person speaks and votes on his/her own behalf and volunteers independently.
- Organizational: An organization, institution, or agency may support the coalition as an entity, and designate one contact with alternates to represent the organization's commitment to the coalition. This person speaks and votes on behalf of his/her organization.
- Friends of the Coalition: Those individuals or organizations who support the mission of the AZOHC but are not able to volunteer time or other contributions with regularity but have no vote in elections or other voting issues. These individuals or organizations would like to be included in regular Coalition communications and may decide later to engage when opportunities and time present.
- Student Membership: Students enrolled in an academic program may attend coalition meetings, volunteer time, and receive communications but have no vote in elections or other voting issues.