Renew Your Membership
(see bottom of page for temporary Covid-19 hardship support) 

Membership to NHCA is moving from a calendar based membership year to a date based membership year.

For current members who are wanting to renew their membership for the upcoming year, once you are in your 'renewal period', you will receive an email with your renewal invoice attached as a link. You can then click on the link and pay the invoice online with a credit card. Please check your spam/junk folder if you do not receive this email. If you let your membership lapse and renew after your membership expires, your new start date will be the day you join, and your expiration date will be 365 days later.

Another way to view this invoice is to login to your NHCA profile & click on 'My Profile'


Next, hover over 'my profile' again until a dropdown menu appears. Click on 'Invoices'. 


Click on the invoice number of the 'renewal' invoice. 

Scroll down and click on 'Pay Invoice'. This will take you to a form to pay the invoice online with a credit card. Once you submit payment, your membership will automatically renew with the new expiration date. 


Are you experiencing a hardship during this time of Covid-19?

If you are experiencing a hardship due to the pandemic that affects your ability to continue your NHCA membership (or to become a new member), please complete this application form. Your statement of need will be reviewed by the Executive Committee of NHCA. The Executive Committee will consider each application individually and determine what type of accommodation can be made. There are no established criteria that must be met in order to request membership assistance.

Please note that this applies only to the following membership levels:  Individual, Associate, Early Career Professional (ECP) and Professional Service Provider (PSP).

NHCA is now offering quarterly and monthly membership dues payment plans. If you choose one of these payment options, you are committing to a minimum of 1 full year of membership (4 or 12 recurring auto-payments). After your first year of membership, you may change your payment plan, or membership, by contacting the NHCA office. 


Member Relief Fund

NHCA is a family, and we recognize that this pandemic has affected many of our family members. The association has created a fund that will assist current members to continue their membership, and first-time members to join NHCA. If you would like to contribute to this member relief fund, please complete this form with your donation.


If you have any questions about renewing your membership, please reach out to us at [email protected]