OPHA Public Health Advocacy Day
January 31 @ 9:00 am - 1:30 pm
Join OPHA on January 31, 2019!
Join members of the Oregon Public Health Association January 31, 2019 for Public Health Advocacy Day in Salem! Formerly known as Capitol Visit Day, this is an opportunity to learn and advocate for public health related bills that the legislature is working on this session. Meet with your Senator and Representative to discuss and frame important public health issues.
When: Thursday, January 31st from 9:00 am – 1:30 pm, check in and networking open at 8:00 am
Where: St. Mark’s Church, 790 Marion St NE, Salem, OR; Legislative appointments will take place in individual Senate and House offices in the Capitol.
Registration: REGISTER HERE – Registration is required so that we can schedule appointments with your Oregon Senator and Representative and meet space requirements. Space is limited for this event, so register today! This is a free event.
If you are employed by a government agency you are allowed to participate in OPHA Public Health Advocacy Day as a private citizen, however you may need to use personal time. Check with your supervisor as needed.
Legislative Appointments: The availability of representatives and senators is subject to change during the session, therefore appointments are not guaranteed. We will do our best to schedule appointments for those who have registered before January 25, 2018.