The PACT Act: How To Visit Congressional District Offices

NCCS CPAT Members from New York meet with Sen. Chuck Schumer's office.

NCCS CPAT Members from New York meet with Sen. Chuck Schumer’s office.

Advocating for legislation doesn’t only happen in Washington, D.C., but back home in the district as well, especially during district work days when Congress is not in session. All senators and representatives in Congress have offices in their state or home district where constituents can meet with their representatives. Many Members of Congress also often host local events like town halls or coffee conversations. These are excellent opportunities to speak with the Member or their staff about why the PACT Act is so important.

Below are step-by-step instructions on how to advocate for PACT Act with your Members of Congress.

Click here for a printable PDF of these instructions.

Step 1: Legislative Schedule and Finding Your Members
Step 2: Scheduling Your District Meetings/Finding Town Halls
Step 3: Conducting the Meeting
Step 4: After-Meeting Thank You
Step 5: Inform NCCS About Your Visit
Step 6: Social Media and Your District Visit

Examples of Advocacy in Local News Media

Below are three examples of CPAT members gaining local news coverage about the PACT Act.

If you’d like to learn more about engaging with local media, call our office at 301-650-9127.


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