We understand that the cost of attending the conference can be a barrier for people living on a fixed or low income. A scholarship covers the full cost of registration to the conference. We will prioritize people who have personally experienced homelessness; and service providers working with people experiencing homelessness, mental illness, and substance use whose agencies or organizations have limited funds for staff development.
We work to make the conference accessible for all communities across Washington, especially those that disproportionately experience homelessness, including Black, Indigenous, and folks of color, people with disabilities, LGBTQI+ people, people who have been incarcerated, immigrants, refugees, veterans, and people at the intersections of these identities.
If you would like to be notified for 2023 COEH scholarships, please fill out this form.