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Contact Your Policymakers

Your voice is powerful.

By helping policymakers understand what is fundamentally important to those who know Parkinson's disease intimately, you can shape their decision-making. Contact your elected officials now and tell them how they can use their votes to support Parkinson’s research and care.

Want to stay up-to-date on Parkinson's public policy? Sign up to join our policy network at michaeljfox.org/advocacy.

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      Act Now: Share Parkinson’s Priorities with the New Congress

      Welcome the 117th Congress and share priorities from the Parkinson’s community.
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      Tell Your Governor to Prioritize People with Parkinson's

      Each state will be deciding its own prioritization of how the COVID-19 vaccine is rolled out. Urge your governor to advocate for people living with Parkinson’s.
    • Health care professional and person in a room

      Tell Congress to Protect People with Parkinson’s in Nursing Homes

      Urge your lawmakers to pass legislation that supports long-term care facility residents and workers.
    • People inside a Capitol Hill building.

      Interested in Parkinson’s Advocacy? We Need Your Help to Take Action.

      Share your contact information and we’ll make sure you receive the latest action alerts and policy updates directly to your inbox.
    • Black calculator next to stacks of pennies, nickels and dimes.

      Act Now: The Economic Burden of Parkinson’s Disease Is $52 Billion

      Tell lawmakers how much Parkinson’s disease costs patients, families and the federal government.
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      Compose Your Own Message

      Share your story with your elected officials. Craft your own message and let your lawmakers know how public policy impacts people living with Parkinson's disease.
Find Your Elected Officials

Enter your address to find the contact information of your U.S. senators and representative.

Want to Get More Involved?

There are many ways to make your voice heard. Download our advocacy toolkit and other educational materials to learn how you can influence public policy.

“Don’t ever be afraid to tell your story, because the more people calling and emailing their members of Congress, the better. Our voices matter.”
Judy Bellenfant Parkinson’s advocate and care partner
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