2277 Highway 36 West, Suite 200 Roseville, MN 55113-3830
Toll Free: 1-800-669-6442
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People with brain injury, their loved ones and the professionals that serve them are all uniquely qualified to take effective political action to improve supports and services for people with brain injury and stroke and to help increase prevention. Our most important advocacy strategy is helping Citizen Advocates turn their story into an effective political message they can share with policymakers to create positive change. Please join our advocacy efforts!
Citizen Advocate Academy (CAA)
Every Fall we offer a series of trainings and public policy events that helps you develop advocacy skills, understand the legislative process and connect with your policymakers in your community. The 2014 Citizen Advocate Academy is currently scheduled to begin this September in the following communities:
- Duluth – Click here for more information
- Rochester – Click here for more information
- Saint Cloud - Click here for more information
- Twin Cities Metro Area - Click here for more information
There are many ways to be a Citizen Advocate, coming to the Capitol is just one of them. Sign up here for our Action E-list to get e-mail updates on current issues and legislation, public policy trainings and events, and legislative action alerts to call or write your policymakers.
Use this link to your state senator & representative so you can share your views on issues important to you.
Advocacy Action Center
The Advocacy Action Center is the information hub for our Citizen Advocates. Click here.
- Citizen Advocacy Academy trainings and events schedule
- Current issues & legislation updates
- Action Alerts to contact your legislators
- 2014 elections information and local candidate races
- Your elected officials
For additional information on state agencies, commissions and contacts that provide information and services for individuals with disabilities, click here.