congressional advocacy network

Congressional Advocates serve as “key contacts” for their members of Congress so that when important issues come up, APA can quickly get its message/request to targeted members of Congress through direct, personal communication. APA CAN will work to match a committed psychiatrist with every member of Congress, with a strategic emphasis on members of the important committees that deal with health care, such as the House Energy and Commerce and Ways & Means Committees, and Senate Finance, and Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Committees. Join the Network today!

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