What are the benefits of establishing an AMHCA-affiliated state chapter?
Chapters are subgroups of our association that represent a particular state, district or territory.
Chapters fulfill the need for connection, professional development and networking.
AMHCA affiliated chapters benefit by having leaders of their organization connected to a network of other state chapters to share resources, best-practices, and replicate successful projects.
Each affiliated chapter has a regional director they are linked to for AMHCA-National support.
Co-sponsor continuing education events.
Advertise events on AMHCA-National website and other communications.
At the national, state and local levels, our association collaborates with like-minded organizations.
Sometimes the national office is able to share resources to reduce costs and jointly market products and services. For example, AMHCA chapters can:
- Be connected to national office resources such as community discussion board through AMHCA website, and microsites, among others
- Receive consultation for nonprofit management, membership, advocacy, policy creation, and communications, among other, to aid in chapter administration
- Receive rights to use the AMHCA logo and national name recognition
AMHCA Chapters - What they do
Annual Leadership Forum - importance of networking