2020 CCIH Annual Conference

Thursday, June 4 - Saturday, June 6, 2020




Catholic University
Edward J. Pryzbyla Center 
620 Michigan Ave NE 
Washington, DC 20064 
United States of America




The CCIH 2020 Conference will be June 4-6 at Catholic University in Washington, DC, USA.

Our theme is Holistic Care of Body, Mind and Spirit, which is fundamental to Christian health care.

Ephesians 2:10: “For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.”

Christian healthcare is known for its holistic nature: we care for the person as a whole, including body, mind and spirit. Join us as we explore how we can:

  • Live this truth out in communities and health care facilities.
  • Care for the most vulnerable among us, including foreigners and refugees.
  • Care for those with mental health issues and those with physical disabilities.
  • Remember social determinants of health that affect each person within a community.
  • Work as a faith community to contribute to the global sustainable development goals.
We are made in the image of God and moved by our love for Christ to serve others. This is the Missio Dei – the mission of God.
This truth compels us to encompass best practices through skills, work and places God has set before us.

Registration Rates

Full Conference

Registration Type Regular Registration
Mar 1-April 15
Late and Onsite
After April 15
Individual Member $340 $390
Organizational & Affiliate Member $398 $425
Non-member Individual $440 $505
Student/Developing Country Professional & Retired $155 $175


One Day Registration

Registration Type One Day - Regular Registration
Mar 1-April 15
One Day - Late and Onsite
After April 15
Member - Individual or Organizational Daily $170 $195
Nonmember - Individual Daily $220 $255
Student/Developing Country Professional Retired Daily $80 $90
Thursday Evening Only $70 $80



Pre-conference on Telling Your Story: 3 Steps to Better Communications
June 4 from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

You know you’re making a difference. Your data shows you’re making a difference. But can you tell the story of how your organization helps people in a way that speaks to policymakers and funders? A story can break through the clutter, connect with people and motivate them to act. We’ll talk about the three steps to help you tell your story and give you practical skills to walk away with. We’ll lead you through the 3 Steps to Better Communications:

Step 1: Let’s build the foundation of effective communications with Storytelling and Analyzing our Audience

Step 2: Let’s talk about putting everything you learned to work for your organization to reach the right audiences, raise more money and help the women, children and families who are counting on you! Bring your laptop and phone. This is hands-on training!

Step 3: This step helps you reach the top! Let’s work together to understand how to evaluate who you are reaching and determine if your communications efforts are effective.

  Regular Student/Developing Country Professional
Pre-conference Rate $55 $30


Lodging and Food

About the Campus, Lodging, Food and Directions  
Lodging Costs $94 per night. Attendees can check into housing beginning on Wednesday, June 3 at 2:00pm (14h).
Housing is available for the nights of Wednesday, June 3rd, Thursday, June 4th, Friday, June 5th and Saturday, June 6th.
Check-out is at 10:00 am on the last morning of your stay.
CCIH attendees will be in Millennium North (and/or South) Dorms. Rooms are singles, and each suite contains three single occupancy rooms that share a common living area and its own full bathroom. See Photos
You may also research local hotels. Hotels Near Catholic University
Meals offered in the dining hall at the Pryzbyla Conference Center -Breakfast will be offered Friday and Saturday morning and costs $13 per meal.
-Lunch will be offered Thursday, Friday and Saturday and costs $15 per meal.
-Dinner will be offered on Friday only and costs $18.
There may be other food options available in the Pryzbyla Center See additional food items
Directions to Catholic University For information about getting to Catholic from Amtrak, Metro, and nearby airports, click here
Map of the Campus Interactive Map of Campus
Parking Parking in CUA lots is $10 per day. Metered parking is also available, but only for blocks of 3 hours. The campus meters are currently in effect from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday - Saturday. The cost to park at the meters is $2/hour for a maximum of 3 hours. Major credit cards and bills in $1 and $5 denominations are accepted. The meter stations do not issue change.
Tour the Campus! Virtual Tour of Campus
A Fitness Center is available for attendees See the Center -Summer Hours are Monday - Friday 4-10pm, Saturday 10-4pm.

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