IF YOU ARE ABLE TO REACH YOUR ELECTED OFFICIAL:
Identify yourself. Ask if this is a convenient time to discuss legislative issues. State your reason for calling. If you are calling about a particular bill, refer to it by number. Briefly explain the intent of the bill. State your position. Support your position with factual information. If possible, tell your legislator how the bill or issue will affect you and others in your district.. Keep your call as brief as possible while allowing enough time to present and support your position in a coherent, logical manner. Thank your elected official for his/her time.
IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO REACH YOUR ELECTED OFFICIAL, LEAVE A MESSAGE.
Your message should be brief and should include: the number of the bill, your name, address, and telephone number.
Other Resource Links:
Indiana Department of Education doe.in.gov
Indiana Institute on Disability and Community iidc.indiana.edu
Indiana State Department of Health state.in.us/isdh
The National Clearinghouse on Families and Youth ncfy.acf.hhs.gov
Prevent Child Abuse America http://www.preventchildabuse.org/