2018 National Health Care for the Homeless Conference & Policy Symposium

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Working Together for Community

May 15-18, 2018
Hyatt Regency Minneapolis
1300 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis, MN 55403

Registration is now open! Join us at HCH2018 from May 15-18 in Minneapolis, MN, as we explore what it means to be “Working Together for Community” through intensive trainings in health care and homelessness. Register to learn and network with hundreds of colleagues from across the U.S. at this singular annual gathering of clinicians, consumers, administrators, advocates, and policymakers.

Whether you’re interested in medical respite care, building community coalitions to address the opioid crisis, or the basics of advocacy, we hope you’ll join us in Minneapolis as we come together as a community to explore the future of Health Care for the Homeless.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact us.

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What We’re Excited About for HCH2018:

  • Two full days of intensive sessions in health care and homelessness.
  • Four Pre-Conference Institutes on topics ranging from the opioid crisis to medical respite care, and more!
  • Four Learning Labs on topics such as advocacy 101, fostering trauma-informed leadership skills for consumers, and more!
  • Our Keynote Speaker Dr. Howard Pinderhughes, social and behavioral scientist and associate professor at the University of California, San Francisco.
  • Continuing Medical Education credits from Vanderbilt University Medical Center!
  • Consumer subsidies to cover registration, lodging, meals, and some travel expenses. Apply now.
  • Diverse, creative sponsorship and marketing opportunities.
  • Our John N. Lozier Scholarship for New Members, which will support one person’s attendance to HCH2018! Apply now.
  • Our Social Justice Rally on Thursday, May 17!
  • Our upcoming HCH2018 mobile app with a complete schedule, integrated program, and real-time event activity.

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Howard Pinderhughes

Dr. Howard PinderhughesHoward Pinderhughes, PhD, is a social and behavioral scientist and associate professor at the University of California, San Francisco. He has conducted research and program development in the areas of violence prevention and intervention, community trauma, and the relationships between race, structural inequality, and trauma on the health outcomes of adolescents. Dr. Pinderhughes views communities as the vital piece in overcoming health care challenges, building resilient citizens, and healing historical trauma. He serves on the Board of Directors at the Prevention Institute and is the author of the book Race in the Hood: Conflict and Violence Among Urban Youth. Learn more.

Exhibits and Sponsorships at HCH2018

dsc_4211Gain brand exposure, generate leads, and make relationships with our community by engaging in our sponsorship and marketing opportunities at HCH2018. This year we’ve added several new and creative sponsorship opportunities for our conference. Learn more.

Consumer Subsidies at HCH2018

Encouraging consumer participation in all aspects of our work, the Council is offering a number of consumer subsidies to cover registration, lodging, meals, and partial travel expenses. The deadline for applications has passed.

 

John N. Lozier Scholarship for New Members

Honoring our founding Executive Director, the Lozier Scholarship will support one person’s attendance to HCH2018, covering expenses up to $1,000! The deadline for applications has passed.