Psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis advocates are dedicated to finding a cure for psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis and improving access to treatments through grassroots advocacy.
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If you can write a letter, send an email or leave a phone message, you can advocate for the psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis community.
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Ask your elected officials to support a cure for psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis
Take a minute to let your elected officials know that you look forward to working with them this year to pass meaningful psoriasis legislation that will move us closer to a cure.
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Write a letter to the editor
Write a letter to the editor of your local paper in an effort to raise awareness that psoriasis is a serious disease that deserves serious attention. Learn more »
Ask your local government to issue a proclamation
Asking your local government to issue a proclamation about psoriasis is a great way to raise awareness about psoriasis in your community and beyond. Follow these steps »
"Like" us on Facebook
Become a fan of the National Psoriasis Foundation. Friend us on Facebook »
Participate in Hill Day at Home
Hill Day at Home is a grassroots effort to connect with senators and representatives in their home offices during Congressional recesses.
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Attend a Town Hall meeting
For psoriasis advocates, the town hall meeting is a great way to educate your senator or representative about the impact of psoriasis and the need to pass the PPARCCA bill. Find out more »