Wednesday September 25, 2019 at 8:00 AM CST
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Hilton Denver City Center Hotel
1701 California St.
Denver, CO


Rates and Reservations

Room rates are $181/night for single/double occupancy.  Room rates are available until September 2nd, so reserve as soon as possible.

To book your reservations online, please visit:  2019 Midwest Stream Forum - Hilton Denver City Center Hotel

For phone reservations, call the Hilton Denver City Center Hotel directly at:  1-855-686-8871 and identify yourself as a group member of the Midwest Stream Forum when placing reservations.  

Located in the heart of downtown, the hotel is approximately 40 minutes from the airport, Denver International, and is easily accessible via I-25 South. Top Denver attractions within walking distance.  Close proximity to pedicabs, 16th Street Mall shuttle, and light rail stations.  

Denver International Airport 

The airport currently hosts 23 airlines and serves over 180 nonstop destinations with approximately 1,550 daily departures.  Approximately 24 miles to the Hilton Denver City Center Hotel. Visit www.flydenver.com for more information.


Taxi service is available on demand at Denver International Airport. Taxi rates vary, but one-way fares cost approximately $60.00.  For more information, please visit www.flydenver.com/taxi.


 Shuttle service is available.  Information can be obtained at www.flydenver.com. (shared-ride services). 

Rental Cars

Denver International Airport has more than 10 rental car companies located on airport property and provide courtesy shuttle service to and from Jepessen Terminal. For contact information, please visit www.flydenver.com.

A-Line Commuter Train

$10.50 one-way for the light-rail service.  Tickets may be purchased at the transit center at the airport.  For more information, visit www.flydenver.com.


Sylvia Gomez
National Center for Farmworker Health, Inc

Sponsored in part by:



The National Center for Farmworker Health, Inc. cordially invites all professionals throughout the field of agricultural worker health to our annual conference in Denver, CO.

NOTE:  There are a limited number of rooms still available at the special room rate, 9/25-9/28.  Information about an overflow hotel for 9/24 is on our website.  Please contact Sylvia Gomez for details, gomez@ncfh.org or (512) 312-5459.  

The 29th Annual Midwest Stream Forum for Agricultural Worker Health, produced by the National Center for Farmworker Health, Inc., is an annual conference that provides quality, agricultural worker specific, professional development experiences for individuals in all disciplines within agricultural-worker health. The Forum offers a diverse program featuring sessions on clinical topics, lay health outreach, research, and leadership development. Participants will have the opportunity to obtain continuing education credits. Join your colleagues in Denver, CO for information-packed sessions.

Who Should Attend…

Health care providers, administrators, board members, health educators, lay health professionals including Community Health Workers and Promotores(as), students, researchers, agricultural workers and co-sponsors are invited to assemble and share new ideas, learn innovative strategies, and enhance their skills in health care delivery for the migrant and seasonal agricultural worker population. Individuals and organizations working with the Agricultural Worker community, as well as rural populations and/or other vulnerable populations, will find benefit in the educational content offered. With the purpose of supporting champions in increasing quality and access to care for Agricultural Workers, the Forum emphasizes the exchange of information on model programs, new resources and tools, and the latest research and trends in agricultural work.

Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) will be available through recognized accrediting bodies in Nursing (CNE), Medical (CME), Social Work (CEU), and Texas Community Health Workers (non-certified DSHS CEUs). CEUs are currently being requested from the appropriate specialty organizations. Applying for multiple disciplines is accepted and applications are free.

Registration Rates 

Each paid registrant will be provided with a conference program and bag, admittance into all workshops, discussion groups, a Welcome Reception, a Lunch on Thursday, a Lunch Keynote presentation on Friday, a breakfast Thursday & Friday, snacks, and beverages.

Early Bird Registration Fee                $275
Standard Fee (after September 6)     $300
Daily Registration                               $150  Early $125

CHW/Promotor(a)/Student                 $200 Early $150


We are excited to be offering group discounts this year! 3 registrants or more from the same organization qualify for a discounted registration fee of Early Bird $225 and Standard Fee (after September 6th) of $250. All three registrants must be from the same organization. Please email Sylvia Gomez at gomez@ncfh.org for more information and to receive the PROMO CODE to be entered at time of registration.

Once registered, a confirmation email will be sent to you. Please check your Inbox and Spam folder for confirmation.

Please note: presenters, co-presenters receiving a discount, and individuals receiving Training Stipends are not eligible to be counted toward the discounted registration. Cancellation Policy:  If you cannot attend, you may send a substitue.  Full refunds will only be provided if notification of cancellation is sent prior to 5:00 PM CST on September 11th.  No refunds provided after the deadline.

Click here to view DRAFT schedule.

Schedule and times subject to change.

This program is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $1,583,856 with 18 percentage financed with non-governmental sources.  The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government.