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Frequently Asked Questions

Please see below for answers to membership-related Frequently Asked Questions.

If you don't see your question here, you can find answers to general questions about CCPH in our list of Frequently Asked Questions.

For questions related to our online Member Directory, you may want to view our guide and FAQ for the Member Directory.

 

Joining CCPH

 

 

 

 

 

 

How do I join?

JOINING CCPH

How do I join?
  • You can join CCPH online here. This form accepts credit card AND check payments. Please contact info@ccph.info if you have any difficulties with the form.

 

 

How do I decide which membership category is right for me?

Individual e-Membership
If you are interested or involved in any aspect of community-campus partnerships and want to improve the health of communities, this membership category will quickly connect you with essential contacts and resources. Created to enable our members to take advantage of those benefits most important to them, the Individual e-Membership includes subscription to our e-newsletters, use of our online membership directory, publication discounts, access to Member Interest Groups, and customized emails tailored to your interests. For members outside North America or those who may not be likely to attend CCPH conferences or institutes, the e-Membership is often the best choice. The annual cost of an Individual e-Membership is $90.

Individual Premium Membership
This membership category was created for individuals who want to take full advantage of all of CCPH membership benefits and services. Benefits include all of those offered under the Individual e-Membership, plus discounts on registrations for CCPH events. The annual cost of an Individual Premium Membership is $110.

Individual Student Membership
If you are currently enrolled full-time in a college or university and involved in community-campus partnerships, the Individual Student Membership is a great deal for you. Benefits of the Student Membership level are the same as those for Individual Premium Membership. Students must submit a copy of their student identification to verify their status. The annual cost of an Individual Student Membership is $40.

Organizational Membership
If your organization has multiple individuals involved in community-campus partnerships, then the Organizational Membership is for you! Designed to offer maximum value, this membership allows four people affiliated with your organization or partnership to take advantage of the membership benefits and services offered under the Individual Premium Membership. In addition, organizational members receive one hour of free phone consultation on a topic of their choice, as well as substantial discounts on CCPH Consultancy Network services. The annual cost of an Organizational Membership is $330. More than four people can be listed for a fee of $90 per additional person.

 

 

How do I find out if my organization is already an organizational member of CCPH?

There are two ways:

  1. For an immediate answer, use our online member directory. Both guests and CCPH Members can search the directory, but members have access to more search options and more complete information on current CCPH Members.
    1. Access the directory at http://web.memberclicks.com/mc/prelogin.do?hidOrgID=ccph
    2. To use the directory as a Guest, there is no need to log in. Just go directly to the left-hand link labeled "Directory". Choose "Simple Search."
    3. Members may want to log in with their username and password—doing so takes users directly to the Simple Search page.
    4. On the Simple Search page, enter the name of the organization or institution you are searching for in the search term box. If you don’t see a record for the organization and institution, do a search on the city or state/province where the organization is based and then browse through the results.
    5. The search results will show the name and location of members, as well as their CCPH Membership Type.
      Tip: If you perform more than one search, be sure to click on the "Clear" button between searches on the Advanced Search page, or clear out the search box on the Simple Search page.

  2. For more complex queries about membership status, please contact our membership coordinator.

 

 

How do I find out who from my organization is already a CCPH member?

There are two ways:

  1. For an immediate answer, use our online member directory. Both guests and CCPH Members can search the directory, but members have access to more search options and more complete information on current CCPH Members.
    1. Access the directory at http://web.memberclicks.com/mc/prelogin.do?hidOrgID=ccph
    2. To use the directory as a Guest, there is no need to log in. Just go directly to the left-hand link labeled "Directory". Choose "Simple Search."
    3. Members may want to log in with their username and password—doing so takes users directly to the Simple Search page.
    4. On the Simple Search page you can choose to search using the criteria listed or enter a keyword of your choice in the search term box.
    5. The search results will show the name and location of members, as well as their CCPH Membership Type.
      Tips:
      • One of the fastest ways to get accurate information about members from a specific organization is to search based on the state or province where the organization is based and then browse through the results.
      • If you perform more than one search, be sure to click on the "Clear" button between searches on the Advanced Search page, or clear out the search box on the Simple Search page.

  2. For more complex queries about membership status, please contact our membership coordinator.

 

 

Are members on the same CCPH Organizational Membership required to have the same employer?

No. In fact, we encourage people working together in community-campus partnerships to join CCPH together as Organizational Members! When you join as an Organizational Member, our online form will provide a space for you to provide contact information for the individuals associated with the membership. This will ensure they all receive benefits.

 

Is it possible to join CCPH for several years at once? I have some grant money that I'd like to use up!

Yes! To join as a multi-year member, paying either via check or credit card, please contact our membership coordinator. We would be happy to help you with a multi-year membership transaction.

 

 

How can I be added to my organization’s Organizational Membership?

Each Organizational Membership has a primary contact person who determines who is affiliated with that CCPH Organizational Membership. The best way to join an existing Organizational Membership is to talk to the primary contact person. To find out who the primary contact person is, you can contact the CCPH membership coordinator, or find out from those whose names you may have seen in our online Member Directory.
Other things to keep in mind:

  • Organizational Memberships can have more than four individuals affiliated with them, for an additional $90 per additional member.
  • Consider forming your own CCPH Organizational Membership if you have colleagues who may also be interested, or who may already be Individual Members.
  • Individuals affiliated with a CCPH Organizational Membership do not need to have the same employer.

 

Our institution requires a Vendor form/W-9/Federal Taxpayer ID number. How do I get that information?

Our Federal Taxpayer ID number is 94-3285533.

If you need a completed W-9 form, please contact our membership coordinator.

 

What forms of payment do you accept?

We accept checks drawn on US funds and these credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

We do not accept purchase orders or debit cards. If your institution requires an invoice in order to process checks through its system, please contact our membership coordinator.

 

 

WHY JOIN CCPH?

Why should I become a member?
  • Be the first to hear about funding opportunities and other news you can use!
  • Receive publication discounts on CCPH titles as well as journals and books from publishers of leading books on service-learning and community-based participatory research.
  • Pursue professional development opportunities at discounted rates. Our conferences and training institutes consistently get rave reviews!
  • Connect with colleagues who share your passion for partnerships and social justice through our online Member Directory, listservs, conferences, and programs.
  • Access low cost, high-quality training and technical assistance through the CCPH Consultancy Network of trainers and consultants.
  • Influence policy on issues you care about, such as eliminating health disparities, increasing health workforce diversity, changing faculty promotion and tenure and funding for community-campus partnerships.

To learn more about how to get the most out of CCPH Member benefits, visit http://depts.washington.edu/ccph/memBenefits.html.

 

 

What do members have to say about CCPH?
"I have been a member of CCPH since its inception and believe it offers a much-needed alternative forum for highlighting the state of the art practices in service-learning and innovative partnerships between communities and universities. CCPH provides a voice for new and innovative approaches and makes them accessible to a large audience of practitioners."
Lisa Hadden, President and CEO, Healthy Community Partners, Saginaw, MI

 

"Rarely do I leave a conference charged-up, but when I left the CCPH conference I was energized about the potential of our organization. It is always wonderful to meet other people who are excited about helping communities reach their potential."

Douglas M. Simmons, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Houston, TX

 

"I cannot tell you how wonderful my learning experience was at the Advanced Service-Learning Institute! After returning home I have been thinking, thinking, and thinking. I have even been on CCPH's website for hours reading and searching for more materials. The tools and resources are greatly appreciated."

Lynnette M. Engeswick, Department of Dental Hygiene, Minnesota State University, Mankato, MN

 

"CCPH has become an icon for service-learning and community-based participatory research. The networking opportunities and system of sharing knowledge & information are priceless."

Alex Allen, Vice President, Community Planning & Research, Isles, Inc., Trenton, NJ

 

"CCPH has helped me improve my relationship with our partners. That is probably the most beneficial part of my membership. I plan on being a lifetime member of CCPH!"

Ruth Nemire, Director and Assistant Professor, Office of Community Outreach, Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

 

 

Who Are CCPH Members?

CCPH members are a diverse group of individuals and organizations committed to improving the health of communities through community-campus partnerships. What ties CCPH members together is their commitment to social justice and their passion for the power of partnerships to transform communities and higher education.

CCPH members are affiliated with colleges and universities, community-based organizations, health care delivery systems, foundations, government agencies and other types of organizations. They include administrators, faculty, staff, students, clinicians, researchers, educators, civic leaders and policymakers who come from urban, rural and suburban communities in the United States, Canada and other countries. They reflect the diversity of health professions disciplines, including dentistry, allopathic medicine, osteopathic medicine, nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy, physician assistants, psychology, public health and social work.

To get a feel for the diversity of our membership,

 

How can I get involved in CCPH?

To get the most out of the CCPH's offerings it is best to become a member of our organization. We invite our members to actively participate in shaping our programs, projects, and services. Members serve as advisors on program planning committees, as participants, speakers and facilitators during our conferences & institutes, and as consultants in our technical assistance programs. Click here for a list of specific opportunities for members to get involved in CCPH. Join CCPH today!

 

 

What if my organization is not located in North America?

CCPH welcomes members from any nation or country. Every year, more members from around the world are attracted to the unique benefits, professional development opportunities, and networking possibilities offered through CCPH. We embrace the opportunity for sharing models and resources that can be used anywhere in the world where communities and campuses are striving to better serve and be more responsive to their communities.

To get a feel for the diversity of our membership,

  • visit the Featured Members section of our website,
  • or browse the online Member Directory as a guest.

 

I am often forwarded emails and newsletters from you - why should I pay to join CCPH?

CCPH is proud to be an organization that highly values the sharing of information that can help improve the health of communities through authentic partnerships between communities and higher educational institutions. That is why we make many of our materials and models available to everyone on our listservs and website. CCPH also has a strong and growing membership base of communities and campuses from across the United States, Canada, and increasingly the world. In addition to opportunities to network with colleagues who share a passion for partnerships and social justice, dues-paying members receive exclusive access to valuable members-only benefits and services, including time-sensitive announcements targeted to their interests and substantial discounts on publications and events.

Your modest investment in membership allows CCPH to continue to serve as a resource for service-learning, community-based participatory research, and community-campus partnerships more broadly that are working to improve higher education, civic engagement, and the health of communities. Together we can make a difference in the health of our communities! We invite you to join CCPH today and start enjoying the many benefits of membership!

 

 

USING MEMBER BENEFITS

I don't know my username and password. How do I obtain them?

Members receive their username and password in the welcome email sent to all new and renewing members. If you no longer have this information, retrieving it is easy! Our online Member Directory stores this information and will re-send it to you upon request:

  1. Visit the log in page: http://web.memberclicks.com/mc/prelogin.do?hidOrgID=ccph.
  2. Click on "Forgot your Password?"
  3. Enter the email address you gave CCPH when you joined or last renewed
  4. Your username and password will both be sent to the email address we have listed for you.
  5. If your username and password are not sent to you, or you encounter difficulties, contact our membership coordinator.

 

What are Member ID numbers?

Member Identification (Member ID) numbers are unique numbers assigned to each person who joins CCPH (including each person who is connected to an Organizational Membership). Member ID numbers are sent in emails confirming membership when you join or renew. Member ID numbers are not transferable—they uniquely identify individuals, and they remain the same for members who rejoin even if their membership has lapsed for several years.

CCPH uses Member ID numbers to make taking advantage of membership services and benefits as easy as possible for members. Member ID numbers help us quickly verify active memberships and provide you with access to discounts on event registrations, publications, member-only web resources and much more! If you are a CCPH member, please keep your Member ID number handy for easy reference when you are registering for a CCPH event, purchasing a publication, etc.

Please note that Organizational Members will need to use their Member ID numbers (and not the Organizational ID number) when consuming CCPH Member benefits.

 

 

I don't know my Member ID. How do I find out?

Member ID numbers are sent in emails confirming membership when you join or renew. If you no longer have this information, there are two ways to find out your Member ID number:

  1. For a quick answer, log into our online member directory to view your profile. Your profile includes information such as your Member ID number, membership type, and your next renewal date.
    1. Access the directory at http://web.memberclicks.com/mc/prelogin.do?hidOrgID=ccph.
    2. Log in with your username and password (to have these re-sent to you, click on "Forgot your Password?"): http://web.memberclicks.com/mc/prelogin.do?hidOrgID=ccph.
    3. Click on the "My Profile" link (within the purple band) on the left side of the page to view your profile.

  2. Or, you can contact our membership coordinator.

 

How do I update my contact information?

You can update your contact information in two ways:

  1. Through the Member Directory: log into our online member directory to view your profile. Your profile includes your contact information as well as your Member ID number, membership type, and your next renewal date.
    1. Access the directory at http://web.memberclicks.com/mc/prelogin.do?hidOrgID=ccph.
    2. Log in with your username and password (to have these re-sent to you, click on "Forgot your Password?" Both will be sent.): http://web.memberclicks.com/mc/prelogin.do?hidOrgID=ccph.
    3. Click on the "My Profile" link (within the purple band) on the left side of the page to view your profile.
    4. Click on Edit to make changes to your profile.
    5. Be sure to scroll down and click the Save button to save your changes.

  2. Or, you can contact our membership coordinator and let us know about your change of address.

 

How do I find out if my CCPH membership is current?

There are two ways to find out:

  1. For a quick answer, log into our online member directory to view your profile. Your profile includes information such as your Member ID number, membership type, and your next renewal date.
    1. Access the directory at http://web.memberclicks.com/mc/prelogin.do?hidOrgID=ccph.
    2. Log in with your username and password (to have these re-sent to you, click on "Forgot your Password?"): http://web.memberclicks.com/mc/prelogin.do?hidOrgID=ccph.
    3. Click on the "My Profile" link (within the purple band) on the left side of the page to view your profile.

  2. Or, you can contact our membership coordinator.

 

How can I access the CCPH Online Membership Directory?

If you are a CCPH member:

  1. Access the directory at http://web.memberclicks.com/mc/prelogin.do?hidOrgID=ccph.
  2. Log in with your username and password (to have these re-sent to you, click on "Forgot your Password?"): http://web.memberclicks.com/mc/prelogin.do?hidOrgID=ccph.
  3. Click on the "My Profile" link (within the purple band) on the left side of the page to view your profile.

If you are not a CCPH member please see How to Browse the Directory As a Guest in our Member Directory How-To and Frequently Asked Questions page.

If you have further questions, see Frequently Asked Question about the CCPH Online Membership Directory.

 

 

I'm trying to access instructions on redeeming CCPH Member publication discounts. How do I get the password?

New and renewing CCPH members receive the member publications discount password via email when their membership is confirmed. If you are a CCPH member and need the password, e-mail info@ccph.info.

To access the password protected page visit
http://depts.washington.edu/ccph/books.html.

 

New and renewing CCPH members receive the MIGs password via email when their membership is confirmed. If you are a CCPH member and need the password, e-mail CCPH at info@ccph.info.

To access the password protected page visit
http://depts.washington.edu/ccph/migs.html.

 

 

I have an announcement I would like to publicize to CCPH Members. How do I get the word out?

There are three ways we can help you get your message out.

  1. Post your announcement to an appropriate listerv: CCPH moderates (and participates in) several listservs related to current CCPH projects and topics of interest. Descriptions and subscription information are available at http://depts.washington.edu/ccph/faq.html#ListservFAQ.

  2. Announcements that are appropriate for CCPH's newsletter Partnership Matters can be included in an upcoming issue. Please contact the editor for information on upcoming publishing deadlines and details on how to submit your announcement.
    The PM editor can be reached at info@ccph.info.

    If you have items to submit, please follow these guidelines:

    • Limit announcements and questions to not more than 100 words. As for articles and editorials, not more than 200 words.
    • Limit articles and editorials to not more than 200 words.
    • Provide the names and affiliations of any authors.
    • Include photos if possible.
    • Explain all abbreviations and unusual terms when first used.
    • Submit time-sensitive items at least one month in advance.
  3. If you are a CCPH member, another way to send your message is to use the Online Membership Directory. You can send the message to all members, or you can use the search options to limit the broadcast—to people in certain states for instance. This is not a moderated list, so your message goes out immediately, can be of practically any length and can include attachments. See our quick how-to guide for using the Membership Directory.

 

 

RENEWING YOUR MEMBERSHIP


How do I renew?
  • You can renew your membership online by clicking here. This form accepts credit card AND check payments. Please contact info@ccph.info if you have any difficulties with the form.

 


 

How do I change the names listed on my Organizational Membership

To change the names listed on your CCPH Organizational Membership, please download, complete and return the Member_Replacement form.

If you would like to change the names listed on your membership while renewing your membership, simply update the names and contact information when prompted by the online form.

 

I am a CCPH member but have not received my username and password and I am not listed in the online directory. Why?

There are several possible reasons for this:

Your membership may have expired and you are not currently a CCPH member. To check on the current status of your membership, please see How do I find out if my CCPH membership is current?

We may not have your current contact information. If you think this might be the case, you can update your contact information.


If you think we may be mistaken about your membership status, please contact us at info@ccph.info.

Contact CCPH's membership coordinator

 

    Please contact CCPH at info@ccph.info, (206) 666-3406

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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