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Council Recognizes Hepatitis Awareness Month

Hepatitis Awareness MonthThis May, join the Council in recognizing Hepatitis Awareness Month. A “hidden epidemic,” Hepatitis C is the most common bloodborne infection in the U.S., and people experiencing homelessness are more likely to suffer from the virus than individuals with stable housing. May 19th marks the fifth national U.S. Hepatitis Testing Day.

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Read the April 2016 Edition of Respite News

Respite NewsThe latest issue of Respite News is available now. The April 2016 edition features information on new medical respite programs in California and Hawaii; an update on the 2016 RCPN Steering Committee Slate of Nominees; news about registration for the Medical Respite Care: Positioning Your Program for Success PCI at the 2016 National HCH Conference; and more.

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Support the National HCH Council in the Big Payback Event on May 3rd

The Big PaybackOn May 3rd, please consider donating to the National HCH Council during the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee’s Big Payback day of giving. On that day, you can donate to the Council through the Big Payback website to help us become eligible for prizes and matching gifts from local corporations and donors. Whether you are an annual contributor or a … More →

New Collaborative Resource Explores LGBTQ Youth Homelessness

At The IntersectionsThe National Health Care for the Homeless Council and other organizations have contributed to “At the Intersections,” a collaborative digital report of the National LGBTQ Task Force and True Colors Fund. The new resource provides an overview of LGBTQ youth homelessness as well as topics often left out of this conversation, including intersectionality and race, immigration, and rural … More →

Upcoming CSH Webinar: Enhancing the Role of Health Centers Working with Olmstead Populations

Upcoming WebinarPresented by the Corporation for Supportive Housing:
May 5, 2016 | 2-3:15 p.m. ET

Numerous states and jurisdictions are implementing plans and strategies to provide opportunities for community-based housing with supports and services for persons moving from institutions and care facilities. Community health centers and behavioral health providers are key in the community service delivery system, but are often absent … More →

Pre-Conference Institute and Learning Lab Registration for 2016 Conference Still Open

2016 National HCH Conference & Policy SymposiumRegistration is still available for Pre-Conference Institutes (Tuesday) and Learning Labs (Friday) at the 2016 National HCH Conference & Policy Symposium. However, registration for our primary Conference sessions (Wednesday & Thursday) has closed due to the overwhelming response of confirmed registrants. We have met our maximum number of individuals allowed in the hotel at one time. We look forward … More →

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