2017 National Health Care for the Homeless Conference & Policy Symposium
Working Together for Access
June 21-24, 2017
Registration is now open! HCH2017 promises to be our largest Conference ever, with up to 1,300 attendees expected. Save your seat now: register today to learn and network with colleagues from across the U.S. from June 21-24 in Washington, D.C.
HCH2017 brings several “firsts” for an HCH Conference, including a discounted registration for staff and board members of our Organizational Members (more detail below), our new Lozier Scholarship in honor of our founding Executive Director, and, by popular demand, opening and closing plenaries!
Whether you’re interested in implicit bias or wound care, substance use disorder treatment or health IT-enabled quality improvement, we hope you’ll join us in Washington D.C. as examine the future of HCH, “Working Together for Access.”
What We’re Excited About for HCH2017:
Encouraging consumer participation in all of the work that we do, the Council is offering a number of subsidies to cover registration, lodging, meals, and partial travel expenses for consumers desiring to attend HCH2017. Apply by March 24th.
New! John N. Lozier Scholarship for New Members
Launching this year, this scholarship honors the legacy of the Council’s recently retired founding Executive Director. This scholarship will support one individual’s attendance to HCH2017–including registration, lodging, and related costs up to $1,000. Apply by March 24th.
Exhibits and Sponsorships at HCH2017
The Council pleased to offer a diverse menu of sponsorship and marketing opportunities, including a discount for nonprofit exhibitors. We anticipate up to 1,300 attendees at our Conference, the preeminent gathering of homeless health care professionals and consumers. Learn more.
Call for Award and Steering Committee Nominations
The National HCH Council and its membership groups are now accepting nominations for four awards to be presented to worthy individuals at HCH2017, as well as nominations for the Steering Committees of the HCH Clinicians’ Network, National Consumer Advisory Board, and Respite Care Providers’ Network.