Here are some hints to help you communicate with your
elected officials about injury prevention and other childrens
health issues. With the right information, it can be quick and easy
to advocate. Your efforts will make a huge difference for children!
You can find out the names and contact information
of your elected officials and get periodic updates about state and
federal bills related to childrens healthall as a member
of the Childrens
Advocacy Network (CAN). Childrens provides this free service
to concerned people like you with the tools needed to effectively
speak up for kids and families. The CAN, which now has over 1,200
members, has successfully advocated for dozens of key child health
Sign up online here,
or for more information contact Kate Weldon-LeBlanc in the Office
of Child Advocacy at ext. 52295.