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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.

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    • Military servicemember

      Veterans with Parkinson’s Deserve Comprehensive Health Care

      Congress is currently considering funding levels for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs' Parkinson's Disease Research, Education and Clinical Centers — and they need to hear from you. 
    • Kristi LaMonica NY State Advocacy

      Tell Congress: Pass the National Plan to End Parkinson's Act

      Add your name to our petition to tell Congress to pass the National Plan to End Parkinson's Act (H.R. 2365/S.1064).
    • medication

      Help Advance the Safe Step Act

      Advocate for legislation that would change protocols that prevent people with Parkinson's from accessing the medication they need.
    • Man spraying herbicide

      Encourage Your Senators to Ban Harmful Toxins Linked to Parkinson's

      Ask Congress to support a bill that calls for banning paraquat and other dangerous pesticides used in farming and agriculture.
    • People

      Urge Congress to Support the National Plan to End Parkinson’s Act

      Ask your representatives in Congress to cosponsor this bipartisan bill that would—for the first time ever—unite the federal government on a mission to treat, prevent and cure Parkinson's disease.
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      Share your contact information and we’ll make sure you receive the latest action alerts and policy updates directly to your inbox.
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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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