Our resource center aims to provide you the information you need: welfare, education, advocacy, political, social and cultural.
Advocacy Tools and Resources
Advocacy requires collective action and strong voices! Be a part of a group of passionate women sharing resources and taking action to affect change.
- Use Ballotpedia to find out about current, active issues on the ballot
- Meet, Call, or Write Congress
- Find your Senators.
- Find your Representative.
Ways to engage your elected official.
- Schedule a meeting – it could be formal or informal (Note: August recess time is best time to meet your elected official)
- Call or email or send a letter to their local district office.
- Connect through social media, including Twitter and Facebook
- Attend an elected official town hall. Check out their websites for events.
- Johnson & Johnson Lawsuit Talcum Powder
- January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month
- COVID-19 Resources
- 24/7 Information and Referrals
- Mental Health
- Children and Childcare
- Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Human Trafficking
- Shelter and Support for those Experiencing Homelessness
- Legal Services
- Health Services
- Food Pantries & Clothing Donations
- Bereavement and Loss
- Advocacy requires collective action and strong voices! Be a part of a group of passionate women sharing resources and taking action to affect change.
- Advocacy Tools and Resources
- Freedom To Vote Act
- Equal Rights Amendments
- What is Sickle Cell?www.sparksicklecellchange.com
- What is Sickle Cell Disease?www.cdc.gov