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Tell Congress to Increase Investments for OAA Programs

This week n4a sent a funding request letter to Capitol Hill outlining the critical OAA programs and other aging services that lawmakers should prioritize as they make choices about federal investments in FY 2020. n4a emphasized that OAA Title III B Supportive Services, Title III E family caregiver support, Title VI Native American aging programs and SHIP funding should receive robust investments next year.

We encourage local advocates and AAA leaders to reach out to Congress and invite them to see your programs in action when they are in their states and districts during the upcoming congressional recess from April 15-26. Yesterday's Advocacy Alert includes a template letter for advocates. n4a will continue to update our FY 2020 Appropriations campaign page with resources as the process moves forward.
 

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