Be An Advocate

You can make a difference. Communicate with your lawmakers to convey your support for policies and legislation that will help reduce the number of individuals and families whose lives are devastated by preventable cancers.

Join the Advocacy Action Center.

Members of Congress
There are several ways to reach your elected officials. Call, write, e-mail or schedule a meeting with your Representative or Senator, or his or her staff.

The White House
Call the White House to communicate your concerns about policies and activities of Federal Agencies, or visit their Web sites to find out more about what the agencies are supporting.

How to Contact Congress

Write your Members of Congress and mail to:

  • Representatives:
    Name of Representative
    United States House of Representatives
    Washington, DC 20515
  • Senators:
    Name of Senator
    United States Senate
    Washington, DC 20510

E-mail your Members of Congress. The U.S. House of Representatives Web site at www.house.gov provides access to e-mail addresses and Web site pages for Representatives and Senators, as well as House and Senate Committees.

Schedule a meeting with your Congressperson or his or her staff to discuss their position on current health care and cancer issues. Call 202-224-3121 to find your Congressperson’s phone number.

Contact the White House

White House Switchboard
Telephone: 202-456-1414
Web Site: www.whitehouse.gov

Contact Federal Agencies

  • U.S Department of Health and Human Services
    Telephone: 202-619-0257 or 877-696-6775
    Web site: www.hhs.gov
  • U.S. Food and Drug Administration
    Telephone: 888-463-6332
    Web Site: www.fda.gov
  • U.S. Department of Agriculture
    Telephone: 202-720-2791
    Web Site: www.usda.gov