Meeting Spaces in Topeka
Host Your Meeting at KHI
The KHI Learning Center is available for organizations and groups hosting their meetings in Topeka. The facility provides a welcoming and comfortable space to work toward understanding and addressing the many difficult health policy challenges we face in our state.
Meeting hosts reserving space in the KHI Learning Center have a mix of format options.
These include all-virtual meetings, in-person only, or hybrid events (both in the room and virtual). We offer audiovisual equipment to engage stakeholders based in locations across the state and nation.
KHI is located at 212 S.W. 8th Ave., Topeka, Kansas. Normal business hours in the Learning Center are from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., Monday through Friday.
For more information, please contact (785) 233-5443 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to welcoming you back to KHI, whether that’s in-person or virtually.
KHI provides a welcoming and comfortable space to do the hard work of understanding and addressing the many difficult health policy challenges we face in our state.
Classes and other meetings in our building are expected to include evidence-based dialogue that respects differing opinions and points of view.
The space has audiovisual equipment to engage participants from locations across the state and nation, and offers an environment that promotes healthfulness.
Frequently Asked Questions
We use meeting space at lots of organizations and can unequivocally say that we wish all of them offered what KHI does: excellent facilities and knowledgeable, gracious staff support. Our attendees frequently comment on how comfortable the spaces are. When we meet at KHI we’re able to shift our focus to what we’re there to accomplish, undistracted by any issues with the space.
- Noel Rasor, Assistant Director, KU Public Management Center
Over the last 15+ years, I’ve had the pleasure to work with the Kansas Health Institute (KHI) on a variety of projects and initiatives. I have found their services and, more importantly, their people, to be invaluable to advancing our shared goal of realizing a healthier Kansas. The technical assistance and policy analysis they have provided to the E-Cigarette/Vaping Task Force has been critical to the work of the task force, including the development of model comprehensive tobacco-free policies for Kansas schools. Their research & evaluation services are an integral part of the process of assessing the effectiveness of the first-ever ECHO project that is focusing on Vaping cessation. Whether it has been related to these two projects, the Kansas County Health Rankings development and dissemination, the School Health-Related Services project, their technical assistance is outstanding. Finally, I want to extend my appreciation for the use of their facilities for meetings of the Kansas Governor’s Council on Fitness, the Kansas Public Health Association board, and the BCBSKS Pathways planning committee. They are a true partner with both the exceptional services they offer, but also their high-quality staff.
- Dr. Mark Thompson, Education Program Consultant for Health & Physical Education, Kansas State Department of Education