Evidence-Based Policymaking and Advocacy

Summary: This toolkit acts as a guide for those interested in affecting meaningful change through advocacy and policy. It contains written guides and other tools to walk individuals through becoming an advocate and how to contribute to building progressive mental health policies. 


Application: The toolkit can be applied to any individual, regardless of their level of experience or familiarity with these topics. It is suitable for established policy or advocacy professionals, parents and caregivers, clinicians, or even just those who have an interest in mental health policy.


Source: The Baker Center for Children and Families


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