Community Health Centers simultaneously encounter various challenges and opportunities on the federal, state, and local levels. Health Center Advocacy has never been more important. The NACHC Grassroots Advocacy Leadership Program is designed to prepare Health Center and primary care association (PCA) staff, board members, patients, and other Advocates with the knowledge and tools to be grassroots advocacy leaders in their health centers and communities. Join the passionate, intelligent, committed and fun community of Advocates!
Grassroots Advocacy Leadership Program participants must register for and attend the full Policy & Issues Forum.
Tuesday, March 16, 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
The Grassroots Advocacy Leadership Program (ALP) is an extended skills-building program that will begin during the 2020 Policy & Issues Forum on March 16, 2020 and continue through September 2020. It is designed to provide intensive training and hands-on experience in all aspects of Community Health Center Advocacy.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
If you’re interested in ALP you can register here. Those interested in participating must commit to attending P&I and the ALP workshop on March 16, attend four educational webinars throughout 2020 and complete an ALP Advocacy Project.
The cost of the program is $150 (this does not include the conference registration fee). The program is limited to 50 participants, so make sure to sign up early.
ALP participants who remain engaged throughout the course of the program and who complete the ALP Advocacy Project will receive a certificate of completion from NACHC and earn the title “Master of Advocacy”.
*No more than two individuals per organization may participate in the ALP in a given year.*