Become a partner to spread the word about National Public Health Week 2017 and host activities in your community or school. Partners, who can be governments, nonprofit groups, universities, corporations or others, will be listed on the National Public Health Week website. For more information on becoming a partner and to sign up, visit the Become a Partner page.
APHA will continue to mobilize its members, Affiliates and other advocates to educate policymakers about the need to support public health funding and protect the Affordable Care Act. During National Public Health Week 2017, we are asking NPHW partners to write their members of Congress to raise awareness of public health's critical role in making America the healthiest nation.
Take action and send a message to your member of Congress on a variety of current public health issues. Your voice will make a difference in the policymaking process. Get involved and help shape the national debate on public health issues! These talking points (PDF) can help you make the case for public health in your community.
Other ways you can get involved with National Public Health Week:
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