Register Now for the 2016 Spring Regional Training!

2016 Spring Regional TrainingWhether you are an administrator, direct service provider, or advocate, you will find information to sharpen your practice and advocacy at the National HCH Council’s 2016 Spring Regional Training from March 31-April 1 in Denver, CO.

Our in-depth, full- and half-day trainings address top trends and issues related to health care and homelessness and feature national experts in the field. Attendees will also be eligible for CME credits from the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine at no additional cost. Seats are limited, so register now!

Registration has closed for the 2016 Spring Regional Training.

Learn more about the 2016 Spring Regional Training, browse the Schedule of Events, or read about available Consumer Subsidies.

This is but one of the many sessions on offer at Denver 2016. Don’t miss it.

Matt BennettBuilding a Trauma-Informed Organization

with Matt Bennett, MA, MBA / Coldspring Center

Take a fresh look at what it means to provide HCH care with a powerful full-day session on trauma-informed care with nationally recognized expert Matt Bennett. Providing participants with a roadmap for the integration of the Trauma-Informed paradigm into HCH settings, this interactive training outlines concrete strategies you can apply immediately to your own work, including approaches for de-escalating re-traumatized clients, respecting clinician self-care, and more. 

What We’re Excited About for Denver 2016:

  • Two full days of 11 intensive workshops with 25 renowned speakers.
  • Intensive sessions on important HCH topics such as:

    What's In Store at Denver 2016?

    • Building a Trauma-Informed Organization
    • Cultural Humility
    • Policy, Advocacy, and the HCH Movement
    • Engaging Partners in Health and Housing Partnerships
    • Consumer Leadership
    • Behavioral Health Integration
  • Consumer subsidies offered for individuals who have experienced homelessness and used services at an HCH site. These subsidies cover event registration, a per diem, and some assistance for travel and lodging, determined on a case-by-case basis for a limited number of consumers. Learn more and apply here.
  • Discount admission ($10)  for training attendees to the History Colorado Center’s Searching for Home: Homelessness in Colorado History exhibit!
  • The 2016 Spring Regional Training Facebook Event Page: stay up-to-date with training news, session spotlights, other attendees, and more!