Benefits of Membership

SAHM is a multidisciplinary association of health professionals. Membership is open to all health professionals throughout the world who are involved in service, teaching, or research concerned with the health and well-being of all adolescents and young adults.

SAHM Membership Referral Program

Tap into your network of colleagues and help SAHM grow!

Every time you recruit a new member, you strengthen SAHM. A stronger SAHM means greater recognition for adolescent and young adult health professionals, more resources and support for our members, and a louder voice in Washington, DC, across the country, and throughout the world.

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SAHM Members receive myriad benefits, including:
Journal of Adolescent Health

Online subscription to the Journal of Adolescent Health, SAHM’s official publication. (Print subscription available at an additional cost)

Resources and Information

Education and Connection

Enjoy special member rates to attend the SAHM annual meeting, the premier gathering of professionals dedicated to adolescent and young adult health. Take advantage of educational (CME, CE and MOC) and networking opportunities.

SAHM Matters

This quarterly electronic newsletter includes presidential messages, news from members and programs, announcements from the business office and upcoming professional development opportunities.

SAHM Listserv 

Opportunity to engage with other SAHM members via the SAHM listserv.

SAHM Member Directory 

All members are listed in and have online access to SAHM’s online membership directory

Listing in SAHM’s Find an Adolescent Health Professional Directory

Members have the option to be listed within our online “Find an Adolescent Health Professional” search tool which allows the public to locate service providers among our membership.

Leadership Opportunities and Committee Involvement

Opportunities to serve and participate on the SAHM Board of Directors and on SAHM Committees


SAHM Annual Awards – Each year, SAHM recognizes adolescent health professionals for their commitment to furthering the field and advancing the cause of adolescent health and well-being.

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