Our latest Mobilizer action alert features critical tips on self-care during a revolution from author and advocate Matt Bennett as well as other activists. As we prepare for a year filled with policy perils and election chaos, we recognize that advocates must not only care for others, but for themselves. Learn more in our action alert–and find information on … More
On December 21st we will remember those who have died while living without a home. Homeless Persons’ Memorial Day is a time to honor those we have lost and renew our focus to end homelessness. Every year the day is observed with events unique to each community. Please consider planning or attending an event in honor of those lives lost … More
Upcoming AAPCHO Webinar: Housing Instability and Diabetes Outcomes in Agricultural Workers and LGBT Communities
Presented by the Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations
Thursday, December 14th, 2017 | 2 p.m. ET
Diabetes affects more than 30 million Americans every year and are often hardest to diagnose and treat for our most vulnerable populations. Some of the communities at highest risk for developing diabetes are farmworkers, LGBT-identified individuals and those experiencing homelessness. Individuals from … More
The application deadline for health centers and organizations serving people without homes to participate in the National Health Care for the Homeless Council’s new Trauma-Informed (TI) Organizations Learning Collaborative is midnight CT on Friday, Dec. 15, 2017!
This unique learning opportunity will explore the elements of designing and implementing a TI health center from start to finish. We encourage … More
Today, December 1st, join the Council in recognizing World AIDS Day. More than 1.1 million people in the U.S. are living with HIV today, and 1 in 7 of them do not realize they have the disease. Testing for HIV is recommended for everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 as part of routine health care.
People experiencing homelessness … More
Our latest Mobilizer action alert examines looming Congressional developments and how you can act to support health center funding and affordable housing. Learn more and read our synopsis of the recent President’s Commission report on the opioid crisis, questions on the nomination hearing of Alex Azar, and organizing tips for Homeless Persons’ Memorial Day in our new action alert.… More
Nov. 28 was #GivingTuesday! Thank you to everyone who gave to support us in our efforts to eliminate homelessness by ensuring comprehensive health care and secure housing for everyone.
While #GivingTuesday has passed, our work continues. You can still give to help the National HCH Council improve health services for almost one million people without homes delivered by 300 HCH … More
The Council has partnered with the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) to release a new project profile showcasing innovative health and housing partnerships. “Health & Housing Partnerships for Older Adults: Aging in Place in Supportive Housing“ spotlights the efforts of Seattle-King County’s Housing Health Outreach Team (Seattle, WA) and NYU-Lutheran Family Health Centers Woodstock Hotel Clinic (New York, … More
The latest issue of Respite News is available now. The November 2017 edition features a recap of last month’s RCPN Steering Committee meeting; plans to develop a respite program in Chattanooga; a look at the recipient of the Florida Hospital Association’s Community Benefit Achievement Award; and much more!
Read Respite News, or browse our archives.… More