The Campaign for Trauma-Informed Policy and Practice (CTIPP), along with a large and growing group of national organizations, is running a Campaign to engage congressional offices and other federal leaders in supporting policies, programs, legislation, and appropriations that prevent and respond to childhood trauma and build resilience.
Constituents engaging Congresspeople in conversations concerning the ways in which pressing issues impact local communities is one of the most effective ways to influence federal action. Accordingly, one of CTIPP's campaign objectives is to enlist at least one volunteer Local Liaison for each congressional district and each state to serve as a resource person and “go-to” contact for the Washington, DC and district offices of each U.S. Representative and U.S. Senator.
Please note that completing the basic tasks for this volunteer position is estimated to take an average of just 1 hour or less per month. Local Liaisons are welcome and encouraged to do more in support of the Campaign and will be supported by the National Campaign Core Team to do so. However, additional activities are not required. Additionally, the National Campaign Core Team will be available to support the Local Liaison with any request. Local Liaisons will be recognized for their service on CTIPP’s national website.
Any and all individuals who are interested in volunteering to serve as their district's Local Liaison are welcome to apply by completing and submitting this form. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. You will hear from a member of the National Campaign Core Team within two weeks of submitting your application. Questions? Please contact us at email@example.com