Our Resources

What is Advocacy?

ad·vo·ca·cy /ˈadvəkəsē/: The application of pressure and influence on the people and/or institutions that have the power to give you what you want.

Quick Guide to the Spectrum of Advocacy

Quick Guide to Legislative Advocacy

Quick Guide to Scientific Advocacy

Triage Cancer Educational Blogs – Advocacy

How to Contact Your Elected Officials

Members of Congress: Social Media Handles
Members of Congress are increasingly using social media such as Twitter and Facebook to engage with their constituents. Find your elected official here!

Our Webinars

Our Advocacy Efforts


Triage Cancer is proud to be a member of the following coalitions, working towards improving laws for people coping with cancer.

One Voice Against Cancer

The Coalition to Protect Parenthood After Cancer


Triage Cancer supports the following legislative efforts to improve laws for people coping with cancer.

Cancer Care Planning and Communications (CPPC) Act

Funding for research for children, adolescents, and young adults coping with cancer

How to Find Your Elected Officials

Project Vote Smart
A non-profit, non-partisan research organization that collects and distributes information on candidates for public office in the United States.

How to Find Federal Legislative Information

The Library of Congress
To find public access to information on bills, resolutions, activity in Congress, the Congressional Record, schedules, calendars, committee information, presidential nominations, treaties, and other government resources.

How to Find State Legislative Information

Triage Cancer State Resources