35th Annual East Coast Migrant Stream Forum
April 5 - April 7$50.00 – $375.00
Our Food, Our Health, Our Earth:
A Just Future for Farmworker Communities
ECMSF Program FINAL
The East Coast Migrant Stream Forum, hosted by the North Carolina Community Health Center Association, convenes over 200 health professionals, researchers, advocates, and students from 20+ states and Puerto Rico for three days of professional development and networking opportunities. The conference is organized into five major disciplines – clinical, outreach/lay health/community health workers, policy, programmatic/administrative, and research – and focuses on increasing access to care and reducing health disparities among migrant and seasonal agricultural workers.
Who should attend? Outreach workers, health care providers, health educators, Community Health Workers, Promotores(as) de Salud, agricultural workers, administrators, board members, students, researchers, and others working with migrant and seasonal agricultural workers.
The hotel room block is now open! NCCHCA has negotiated a special room rate of $159.00 for conference attendees. Reserve your room by calling the Rosen Plaza hotel at (800) 627-8258 and mention the 35th East Coast Migrant Stream Forum or book online using this link. Once the link opens please enter the arrival and departure dates (4/7-4/9), the page will refresh and allow you to proceed with completing your reservation. The conference room block will close on March 13, 2023 or until the room block is sold out, whichever occurs first.
NCCHCA is pleased to offer a limited number of training stipends to support attendance at the 35th annual East Coast Migrant Stream Forum. We have now closed applications for training stipends due to reaching the funding limit. Applicants will be notified in the near future if their stipend application was approved. NOW CLOSED
Steve Shore Community Catalyst Award
Nominate an outstanding colleague (or yourself!), program, or organization to receive the Steve Shore Community Catalyst Award for making an impact in access to healthcare for agricultural workers and their families. Nominations are due by 5:00pm on Friday, March 10th. NOW CLOSED
Registration Information – CLOSING March 29, 2023
Complete your online registration below or click here to download the ECMSF_2023_Registration_Form.
Conference registration includes a conference bag, digital conference materials, a welcome reception (April 5th), and breakfast and lunch (April 6th and 7th).
Registering More Than One Person: If you would like to register more than one person from the same office, you must have the Login/Password or complete information for each individual you’re registering. Each registration must be associated with a member or nonmember account and have that person’s unique information. (Contact, email, etc.) Registration confirmations will go to the attendee’s email address.
To Pay by Credit Card: Select Ticket Option and Complete the Online Form Below.
(Onsite only) To Pay by Check: Download, complete, and return the hard copy registration form along with payment. A registration form must be completed for each person attending along with individual contact information, including unique email address. Registration confirmations will go to the attendee’s email address. Payment must accompany forms, otherwise it will not be considered.
NCCHCA Cancellation & Refund Policies: Notice of cancellation must be postmarked by March 24, 2023 for a partial refund, less a $50.00 administrative fee. No refunds will be given after March 24, 2023; however participant substitutions from the same organization can be accommodated upon request. Please allow sixty days post-conference for refunds to be processed. No Shows are Non-refundable.
Other Administrative Fees: NCCHCA will charge a $25.00 administrative fee for registrations that have been previously processed and/or require re-submission due to incorrect selection of registration fees or denial of payment for any reason.
HRSA Disclaimer – This event is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $1,742,242.00 with 25% financed with nongovernmental sources. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government.