Current Members

Who Can Be a Member of the TCHM?

  • Each prospective member must agree to the TCHM’s mission, principles and rules of engagement.
  • The TCHM’s members will include organizations whose policy and advocacy efforts are directed toward the state level, regardless of whether their footprint is statewide or regional.
  • Any interested organizations will be reviewed and approved for membership by the TCHM’s steering committee.
  • The number of members representing each organization may be determined on a case-by-case basis, and is typically limited to two or three people.
    • The above does not include interns who may attend and observe at meetings, they should not be the primary representative of the member organization.
    • To include interns on the TCHM’s email distribution lists, the organization’s member must contact the TCHM’s legislative coordinator at
    • Member organizations must also contact the legislative coordinator in advance of any meetings and/or activities if an intern will be in attendance with the member or as a substitute.

Current Member Organizations Include: