Associate Membership Application

The Colorado Health Care Association & Center for Assisted Living is a non-profit trade organization dedicated to improving health care for the elderly, convalescent, or chronically ill persons. CHCA believes that the health care system has a responsibility to meet the physical and psychosocial needs of the Long Term Care patient in the most cost-effective manner.

The membership represents licensed proprietary and non-proprietary nursing care facilities, assisted living residences, and retirement communities. Founded to provide a voice for health care providers and to promote excellence in Long Term Care services, CHCA offers improvement of quality care through its ongoing educational programs, research, and legislative efforts.

Platinum Benefits:
One annual conference trade show exhibit booth ($1400 value)
1/2 page ad in CHCA/CCAL 2019 Resource Directory, sent to every member community as well as legislators and other concerned parties ($1000 value)
Exclusive Marketing Access Opportunities at Annual Conference and Educational Programs
Complimentary attendance at two CHCA/CCAL educational programs
Promotional Article in CHCA In-Focus Newsletter
Mailings and Communications
Subscription to CHCA In-Focus Newsletter and access to special e-advertising
Complimentary site link

Silver Benefits
$1000 per booth
$500 per half-page ad in 2019 CHCA/CCAL Resource Directory
Exclusive Marketing Access Opportunities at annual conference and educational programs
Special “Silver Member” rate for educational programs
Subscription to CHCA In-Focus Newsletter

Membership Form - Associate

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