You are invited to connect with legislators and fellow pain warriors–and help create awareness around the issue of chronic pain, especially migraine disease–during our July 10 INvisible Project event at the California state house!
The INvisible Project is a print magazine and traveling display that highlights the stories of real people with pain. This year, we’re bringing the displays from our most recent edition on migraine disease to state houses across the country.
Our first stop was Rhode Island (view a slideshow here) on May 21.
Now, we’re coming to California! By highlighting the stories of people with pain in state capitols, we’re hoping to help educate policymakers on the challenges patients face and create positive change.
This empowering event will feature an educational briefing and networking opportunity from 10 until 11 am. State legislators are expected to attend (schedules permitting), but a personal invitation from you would go a long way! You can encourage your legislators to attend by submitting a pre-written invite letter here.
The educational briefing program will be held from 10 to 11 am, but you can stop by any time from 10 am until 2 pm to see the INvisible Project displays, receive free informational materials, and network with the U.S. Pain team!