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Future Conferences - Host a CFHA Conference
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The Board of Directors uses application materials to determine where there next conference will be. Conferences are planned 2-3 years in advance, and the goal is to have a local planning committee champion the conference. Before completing this form, please review the attached fact sheet with application information and example application for the 2019 Conference in Denver, CO.
Identify 2-3 individuals, ideally representing different disciplines, who will serve as Conference Co-Chairs. Make sure you have reviewed Co-chair Responsibilities.
The committee will be the key connectors with local and national partners for developing the
program and raising support funds. At a minimum, participation will include contributing to
monthly conference calls beginning one year before the conference date.
Please include:
• Current progress in implementing collaborative care that will be highlighted at the
conference and summit;
• Current policy and financial needs that will be the focus of advocacy during conference
and summit;
• Financial and travel-time advantages of your site for conference participants;
• Social, cultural, and tourism attractiveness of your site;
• Geographical diversity compared to previous CFHA conferences.
Please limit to 1,000-1,500 words.
Please detail partnership agreements that you have in your state/region. This includes financial, logistical, inter-association partner agreements. It is expected that the combined efforts of the Local Planning Committee with CFHA staff
support will result in $60,000-$80,000 in sponsorship support.
Please limit to 300-500 words
Consider including brief letters of support from potential Local Planning Committee
members, organizational partners, and potential financial supporters. Letter templates are included in the packet found at the beginning of this application form.

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CFHA is a member-based, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to making integrated behavioral and physical health the standard of care nationally. CFHA achieves this by organizing the integrated care community, providing expert technical assistance and producing educational content.