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Register Now for Our 2017 Fall Training Symposium: Rise to the Challenge Together

Registration is now open for our Fall Training Symposium on October 4, 2017, at the Scarritt Bennett Center in Nashville, TN! This daylong event will bring together administrators, providers, consumers, and advocates as we “Rise to the Challenge Together” to address the challenges facing the homeless health care community.
Our Symposium will offer you eight intensive sessions in homelessness and … More

Leadership Summit on Homelessness & Health Care – Registration Open | October 2017

Registration closes on August 29th for the National HCH Council’s Leadership Summit on Homelessness & Health Care from October 5-6 in Nashville, TN. Invitations have been sent for this meeting, which complements the National HCH Conference by focusing on priority-setting for the Council’s advocacy and programs, leadership development, networking, and peer support.
As another important distinction from the Conference, this … More

New Mobilizer: Going… Going… Gone!

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Your efforts helped preserve access to vital health care; now is the time to keep up that momentum with Mobilizer! Learn how you can respond to developments at the state level that could reduce coverage for low-income individuals–and how you can help build momentum for single-payer health care–in our latest action alert. Also included is important information on federal … More

Read the Latest Respite News

Find the latest updates in medical respite care in Respite News. The July 2017 edition features a look at the 2017 Respite Care Providers’ Network (RCPN) Steering Committee slate, a recap of the 2017 medical respite PCI at HCH2017; information on a new Alaskan respite program; and more.
Read Respite News or browse our archives.
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Archived HCH2017 Videos Now Available

HCH2017 Rally

If you couldn’t join us in D.C. for our 2017 National HCH Conference, you can now view archived videos from HCH2017. Full video of our keynote presentation from Dr. Jeffrey Brenner, Susan L. Neibacher address from Council CEO Bobby Watts, Awards Lunch Ceremony, and privately-funded “Shining a Light on Health Care and Housing for All” rally is now available.… More

Celebrate Your #HCHValue on HCH Day (August 16) With Our Resources and Infographic

Join the National Health Care for the Homeless Council in recognizing the value of HCH on HCH Day on August 16. Part of National Health Center Week, HCH Day is a time to celebrate the vital work of HCH to meet the basic health care needs of people without homes, eliminate health disparities, and end homelessness.
Demonstrate your #HCHValue … More

Archived HCH2017 Session Materials and Attendee List Available

Were you unable to attend the 2017 National HCH Conference or missed a session in D.C.? You can now view archived slides and other materials (where available) from HCH2017’s intensive workshops, Pre-Conference Institutes, and Learning Labs in homelessness and health care on our website. Presenters may send any remaining materials to Alyssa Curtis, Training Manager. A complete list of … More

New Policy Brief Explores Medical Respite Care Financing

The Council’s “Medical Respite Care: Financing Approaches” brief and accompanying webinar detail practical considerations for creating or growing financially sustainable medical respite care programs. As communities look to reduce health care costs and improve patient outcomes, medical respite care programs fill a critical need for people without homes. To help fund this vital care, our brief details medical … More

Read the July Edition of Council News

Council News | July 2017

Read the latest updates from the NHCHC in Council News. Our July edition features an HCH2017 recap and archived materials; new membership discount; new medical respite brief and webinar; a HRSA funding opportunity; and more!
Read Council News now, or visit our archives for more informative issues.… More

New Mobilizer: Keep Up the Summer Heat on Health Care

Our new Mobilizer explores the ramifications of the proposed Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA), the implications of Trump’s proposed budget for homelessness, and new efforts toward single-payer health care. According to the Congressional Budget Office, some 22 million Americans will lose health insurance if the BCRA becomes law. What does this mean for the populations we serve? Find out–and learn … More

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