Mobilizing people to advocate for policies that will advance community health
Are you interested in helping to advance public policies that can improve health and wellness in your community? Each year lawmakers in Vermont and New Hampshire consider dozens of bills that, if passed into law, can significantly impact community access to the conditions known to contribute to health, such as education, health care, housing, transportation, nutrition, employment, and healthy early childhood development.
Partners for Community Wellness is working together with the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Government Relations team to host three workshops to help equip you to advocate for state legislation affecting community access to health and wellness resources. There are many actions you can take, including some that require just 60 minutes of your time. You can sign up for any or all of the workshops depending upon what you most need to hone your abilities as an advocate.
To learn more, contact Gregory Crowley at Gregory.J.Crowley@hitchcock.org
Health Policy in New Hampshire and Vermont: Year in Review
September 26th 12:00 to 1:30 PM at the Clough Community Room at the New London Hospital
In this session you will learn about major health-related bills from recently concluded legislative sessions in Vermont and New Hampshire.
Essential Skills for Health Advocates
December 11th 2019 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM at Grappone Automotive, 594 NH 3A, Bow, NH 03304
This hands-on workshop is for anyone interested in promoting health in their community. You will meet other like-minded advocates and learn tools to help make your voice heard. The goals of this training are to meet the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Government Relations team, understand the role of policy advocacy in making change in systems, and learn key strategies and tactics for how to advocate.
Major Health Bills for 2020: How to Make a Difference
Coming soon! January 2020
In this session you will learn about new health-related bills expected for the 2020 legislative session and kick-start your advocacy plan.
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