Tell your Senators: Vote No on AHCA

The House of Representatives has passed the American Health Care Act by a thin margin, and it will be voted on by the Senate soon. 

The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office has found that this bill strips away essential funding for people with substance use and behavioral health disorders, and would result in millions of Americans losing access to comprehensive coverage and care.

The AHCA will hurt families affected by addiction, and we can’t let it pass.

We’re in the midst of the worst drug overdose epidemic in U.S. history. We can’t afford to undo the progress we’ve begun to make. As our representatives work toward replacing the Affordable Care Act, we must let them know that protecting access to insurance coverage for substance use disorder treatment is incredibly important. 

Call, email, or tweet to your representatives right now and make your voice heard.

Reach out to your representatives now. Call, email, or get in touch on social.

*You'll receive a call from 202-831-8180 that will provide you guidance on what to say to your officials, and then patch you through directly to them.

Thank you for taking action, letting your representatives know how important it is to protect access to insurance coverage for addiction treatment. 

Meetings about the AHCA are happening right now, and we don't have a moment to spare: Share this campaign with your family and friends, and let's make sure our voices are heard loud and clear.

Here's a sample script you can follow once you're connected with your officials:

Hello, I'm your constituent and I live at [ADDRESS]. I'm calling to urge you to vote NO on the AHCA.

The AHCA rolls back Medicaid, ripping addiction treatment access away from millions and harming the communities that have been hit the hardest by the opioid epidemic.

We're in the midst of the worst drug overdose epidemic in U.S. history. Denying addiction treatment to millions is irresponsible and unacceptable. 

This issue is very important to me. I urge you to vote NO, and encourage your colleagues to do the same.

Thank you!