Advocacy in Connecticut
Arthritis affects roughly 25 percent of residents living in the state of Connecticut. With your help, we can break down barriers to care for 690,000 citizens of Connecticut by raising awareness for advocacy. Join the Arthritis Foundation’s advocacy program.
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Get Connected with your Connecticut State Director
Your Connecticut state director will be your chief resource for raising your voice and sharing your story. Introduce yourself to them today!
Make Your Voice Heard in our Action Center
Check out our central hub that makes taking action simple and easy – learn about your legislator, track legislation, become an Advocate and more!
State Fact Sheet
Find out how arthritis affects people in Connecticut and what you can do to make a difference.
State of Your Health
If you are experiencing a barrier to care, you should contact your insurance commissioner, who can help address your situation. Please be sure to view our Connecticut Insurance Department fact sheet that gives instructions on how to appeal, request an external review or file a complaint with your insurance commissioner.
Advocate for What's Right
As an Arthritis Advocate, you’ll feel good about taking action to make health care more accessible. Help shift the policy and public perception that affects those living with arthritis.