Conference on Ending Homelessness
September 29-30, 2022
COEH is an annual event that brings together over 800 people from across the state who are working to end homelessness to learn from each other, exchange ideas and share advice, get inspired and re-energized, and organize to grow the movement to end homelessness in Washington and beyond.
This conference is for everyone – whether you are a service provider, a long-time housing justice advocate, an organizer, an elected official, or someone who wants to start learning more about how we can end homelessness in Washington, we extend a warm welcome for you to join us. We will provide multiple spaces for identity-based caucusing to reflect and process with others who share similar identities.
Last year we welcomed Dr. Ibram X. Kendi, Julián Castro, and Dr. Richard Cho to the virtual keynote stage, along with an exciting line up of other speakers, plenaries, and sessions: see the full program.
Licensed social workers will find many opportunities for Continuing Education credits at COEH. Our programs typically offer upwards of 20 CEUs.
Housing Alliance members receive a special discounted rate on conference registration. Learn more about member benefits and joining the Housing Alliance at wliha.org/membership.
- May: Programming decisions finalized for all proposal submissions
- June: Scholarship application opens (usually a 3 week window to apply)
- July: Registration opens, and scholarship award decisions are finalized
- September 29-30: COEH 2022
- November: Deadline for those seeking Continuing Education credit to pass content retention quizzes
Thank you to our Sponsors!
Washington State Housing Finance Commission
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Catholic Community Services of Western Washington
Coho Team of Windermere Agents
Downtown Emergency Service Center
Clark County Department of Community Services
Housing Development Consortium
Olympia Federal Savings and Loan
Pierce County Human Services
Yakima Neighborhood Health Services
Beacon Development Group
Enterprise Community Partners
Low Income Housing Institute
Vancouver Housing Authority
United Ways of the Pacific Northwest
Washington Community Reinvestment Association