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  • 1.Public Policy Advocacy Network
    PPAN provides updates and action alerts to help provide you with the information you need to be an effective advocate for psychology.
    Web Page
  • 2.APA Advocacy
    APA advocacy is guided by the philosophy that public policy should be based on available scientific knowledge, and that psychological research can contribute to the formulation of sound public policy to address specific social problems and improve human welfare.
    Web Page
  • 3.Advocacy Resources
    Learn how to be an effective advocate for psychology and caregivers and find organizations involved in issues of aging, the elderly and caregiving.
    Web Page
  • 4.PI-GRO Provides Training on Psychology and Advocacy at the 2013 Association for Women in Psychology Conference
    PI-GRO and and the APA Committee on Women in Psychology presented a March 2013 symposium on "Approaches to Advocacy: Violence Against Women" at the annual conference of the Association for Women in Psychology.
    Web Page (March 2013)
  • 5.State-Level LGBT Advocacy
    State-level advocacy materials including positions on the marriage amendment, support of civil union bills, resolution adopted by the Ohio Psychological Association on sexual orientation, parents, and children.
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  • 6.Policy and Advocacy Issues on HIV/AIDS
    The Office on AIDS collaborates with the APA Public Policy Office to develop national policy on HIV/AIDS, behavioral science, and mental health service delivery. Information pertaining to HIV/AIDS Advocacy issues are routinely developed and distributed to APA members, members of Congress, and federal agency officials.
    Web Page
  • 7.Education
    The Education Advocacy Trust (EdAT) is working to promote psychology’s full engagement of the advocacy process.
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  • 8.ELC Attendees Urge Members of Congress to Increase Support for the GPE Program
    At the 2012 Education Leadership Conference, nearly 100 APA members attended advocacy sessions that increased their knowledge of the federal legislative process, enhanced their advocacy skills and explained the critical importance of gaining congressional funding for the Graduate Psychology Education program.
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  • 9.Advocacy for Caregivers
    Tools for psychologists for participation in the public policy process on behalf of family caregivers, an overview of key caregiving legislation, resources for psychologists interested in advocating on the behalf of family caregivers, and profiles of psychologists as policy advocates and program developers whoose work has a profound effect on the daily life of family caregivers.
    Web Page (January 2011)
  • 10.Federal Education Advocacy Coordinator (FEDAC) Grassroots Network
    Information and other resources for current and potential members of FEDAC.
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