How You Can Help

You can make a difference from wherever you are. We welcome individuals living with psoriatic disease, care partners, families, and those who care about our mission.

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Become a psoriatic disease advocate

Be the first to hear about critical actions relevant to the psoriatic disease community.

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Share Your Story

Your experiences with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis are what inspire lawmakers to create change.

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What Does it Mean to be an Advocate?

Being an advocate simply means educating others about psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis by sharing your experiences and helping to influence government policy that matters to people with psoriatic disease.

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People like you drive real policy changes.

Meet others who have spoken up on behalf of the millions with psoriatic disease.

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John from Texas

"I have been very fortunate to have a treatment that has worked for me for 15 years so I want to speak for those who cannot speak for themselves to make sure they have access to the treatments that can help them."

NPF advocate Michelle from Minnesota.

Michelle from Minnesota

"We can continue to improve the lives of persons with psoriasis by making our voices heard, at the state and national level, to increase research dollars and make treatments accessible, safe and effective."

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Stephen from Virginia

"Advocacy is an opportunity to educate and influence legislators... with a goal of improving laws and regulations that impact people with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis."

Patient advocacy is a crucial part of our work at the National Psoriasis Foundation. Learn why advocacy matters, and why you should get involved today.

You can make a difference from wherever you are.

Here’s how you can help.

Be a Champion for Change

Your voice makes all the difference in teaching policymakers about issues that affect our community.

Take action on issues that matter

Learn All About the Issues

Learn how to contact your representatives, sign up for action alerts and support NPF efforts.

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Speak Out and Tell Your Story

When you speak, your lawmakers listen. Use social media to tell them about issues that matter.

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We offer training and resources to help you get started and become a strong advocate.

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