Here you’ll find the necessary tools to communicate effectively with both state and federal policy makers – a wealth of information and resources to help you make a difference!
Young Adults – Self-Advocacy
Self-advocacy means being able to ask for what you need. By joining our network, we can create policy change that will improve FASD prevention and support initiatives in Minnesota. We’re building momentum and will be expanding our self-advocacy team! If you have questions about getting involved, contact Marissa Lang at 651-917-2370 or email@example.com.
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