DCH

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AcronymDefinition
DCHDepartment of Community Health
DCHDiploma in Child Health
DCHData Channel
DCHDirect Connect Hub
DCHDual Channel
DCHDouglas County Hospital (Minnesota)
DCHDedicated Channel
DCHDetachable Carry Handle
DCHDefend Council Housing (UK)
DCHDaughters of Charity Health (California)
DCHDil Chahta Hai (movie)
DCHDhaka Community Hospital (Bangladesh)
DCHDorset County Hospital (UK)
DCHData Clearing House
DCHDoctor of Champions
DCHDoctorate in Clinical Hypnotherapy
DCHDirect Containment Heating
DCHDruid City Hospital (Tuscaloosa, AL)
DCHDirect Contact Heat
DCHDedicated Transport Channel
DCHDiploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy (education)
DCHD-Channel Handler
DCHDaily Chronic Headache
DCHDansk Civile Hundeførerforening (Danish: Danish Civilian Dog Handler Association)
DCHDigital Correlation Hologram
DCHDistrict Chaplain
DCHDigital Calvin and Hobbes (also seen as DCAH; website)
DCHDonaldina Cameron House (San Francisco, CA; est. 1874)
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Campaigners Defend Council Housing joined the growing call for a cap on the amount of housing benefit private landlords are allowed.
Eileen Short, of Defend Council Housing, said last night: "How dare Richard Benyon lecture us about 'something for nothing' when he and others like him are living off the poorest and milking taxpayers all the way to the bank?
The group, Flintshire Defend Council Housing, will meet at Connah's Quay Labour Club on Monday and member Cllr Aaron Shotton is urging tenants to attend.
Among campaign groups were the Pensioners Convention and Defend Council Housing.
Defend Council Housing is lobbying MPs on January 22 to secure changes to the Housing and Regeneration Bill.
But Chester-le-Street Defend Council Housing campaign, fighting to stop the transfer, condemned the Government for ending "direct investment and local democratic control of affordable rented houses.
But the Defend Council Housing campaign, which has fought housing transfers all over the country, is urging people to vote against the move.
Defend Council Housing have produced a new pamphlet entitled 'Dear Gordon, Invest in Decent, Affordable, Secure and Accountable Council Housing'.
A spokesman for campaign group Defend Council Housing said: "The Government's policy is the privatisation of council housing by stealth and people don't want it.
Last night the chairman of the Birmingham Defend Council Housing pressure group described the deal as 'scrapping social housing by stealth'.
He is a stalwart of the Defend Council Housing campaign against the transfer of the council's 20,345 homes to Whitefriars Homes.