Public Policy
Public Policy

Your advocacy can help AASC achieve our policy goals and ensure your residents and communities are safe and stable. You have powerful tools to advocate for your residents. Service coordinators understand residents’ lives and needs, and you can share this information, plus stories that show how your work helps your residents and your community.

Advocacy Resources

Congressional Directory

Contact your lawmakers to discuss how certain policies or legislation would affect your community and residents.
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2020 Policy Priorities

One of AASC’s goals is to demonstrate the benefits of service coordination to Members of Congress and policymakers at all levels. AASC sets policy priorities to guide our organization’s work as well as our legislative advocacy.
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Action Alerts

AASC frequently issues action alerts that affect service coordinators. These communications are often targeted to specific member groups and demographics and require you to reach out to your local government representative.
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Summer of Advocacy

View this year’s Summer of Advocacy resources as well as AASC Advocacy Advice, which offers tips on engaging residents, hosting lawmaker visits and more.
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Public Policy and Advocacy Toolkit

This resource details strategies for increasing your policy and advocacy engagement — both for professional interests as well as for the needed social services and supports for your residents.
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Fact Sheets, Case Studies and Reports

Many people, even some legislators, are unfamiliar with service coordination. These fact sheets and case studies explain who service coordinators are, what they do and who they serve.
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