Over the years, community mental health and addiction treatment centers have proven their strength and ability to shape political outcomes. Most recently, mental health and addiction issues proved to be very important as Congress debated health care reform in 2017. Throughout that yearlong process, it was evident: lawmakers value your experiences and trust your expertise; your clients trust and value the services you provide.
In 2018, your organization can once again mobilize to become a powerful force in politics and shaping of national policies. The materials enclosed in this toolkit will help your organization create, launch and sustain a successful voter registration program for the 2018 Midterm Elections.
Population of focus: Behavioral health clinics, non-profit organizations
Links to Resource:
- View the Voter Registration Toolkit for Behavioral Health Clinics (pdf) from the National Council
- Learn more about the National Council for Behavioral Health