March on Washington

March 27 - 30, 2023

What is March on Washington?

March on Washington is an annual TAHC&H event and serves as a chance to advocate for home care & hospice policy. March with fellow members and network with politicians in our nation’s Capitol. Meet your legislators or staff, and develop a relationship with Congressional offices. This is a proven way to effect change and is one of the best things you can do for your agency and the industry at-large. 

Who Should Go?

Anyone who is impacted by the economic viability of home care and hospice:

  • Agency employees from nurses to owners
  • Consultants, technology companies, CPAs, attorneys
  • New advocates, experienced advocates
  • Family of TAHCH members

*No cost for TAHC&H members to register for briefings and visits.
Members must make their own travel arrangements.

Registration is now closed. Contact with any questions.

2023 Itinerary *subject to change

Monday, March 27
Arrive in Washington, DC

Reception and Briefing with Akin Gump 

Tuesday, March 28 & Wednesday, March 29

Meeting Days and Receptions

Thursday, March 30

Half day of meetings (ends by noon)

TAHC&H members must book their own travel/flight arrangements. Typically members fly in Monday and leave Thursday afternoon. Reagan airport is considered more convenient than Dulles airport.

TAHC&H suggests trying to stay close to the Capitol, but also check travel websites as hotel costs vary significantly. The hotels listed below are close to the Capitol but it might also be worth looking into VRBO, HomeAway, and Airbnb.

Capitol Hill Hotel
200 C St SE, Washington DC 20003

The Liaison
415 New Jersey Ave NW, Washington DC 20001

Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill 
400 New Jersey Ave NW, Washington DC 2000

See the sites
You will be right in time for cherry blossoms! See the Jefferson Memorial, visit the Smithsonian, or go paddle boarding! Go to the official tourism website of DC.

Dining in DC
Washington DC is home to over 2,000 restaurants - there will be plenty of options for foodies! Check out the Washington Post's restaurant guide.