Getting Involved, Becoming Connected, and Staying Motivated
- How Do I Become an Effective Advocate for Brain Injury Issues?
- Connect with the Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey’s Advocacy & Public Affairs Service
- You Can Make a Difference: You Can Become Involved in the Political Process and Advocate for Your Brain Injury Related Causes
- Enhanced Advocacy Section of the Website Offers Promise of Enhanced Advocacy
- Community Organizing
- CHIC is a Win-Win Situation for its Members and the Brain Injury Community
- Brain Injury Should be Recognized Each and Every Month
- As Summer Heats Up, So Does Advocacy Efforts
- Mr. Clark Goes to Washington
The Legislative Branches of Government
Learning to Advocate
- Advocacy Processes & Tools
- The Advocacy Toolbox: “Tools of the Trade”
- Advocacy 101
- Communicating with the Grassroots
- Creating the Conditions for Change
- So You Wanna Be an Advocate?
- So You Wanna Be an Advocate? (with accompanying report)
- Brain Injury Association of America Offers Tips on Advocacy
- Questions Behind the Question
- Advocate to Both Inform AND Persuade
- Want to be an Effective Advocate? Be an Effective Listener
Legislative & Advocacy Roundup
Legislative & Advocacy Roundup is our periodic electronic newsletter on public policy issues related to brain injury. It is distributed to the Alliance’s Legislative Network, members of the State Legislature, members of Congress, and their staff, as well as county freeholders and locally-elected officials.
Are you interested in knowing which bills are being considered by State government?
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