Georgia Advocacy



SAVE THE DATE: Awareness Day at the Capitol

Wednesday, February 3, 2016
8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
We have Wednesday, February 3rd reserved at the Capitol and at Central Presbyterian Church for our Alzheimer's Awareness Day at the Georgia State Capitol. 
More details coming soon!


You Are Invited to Join Us for our 2nd Annual Georgia Alzheimer's Advocacy Institute

The Georgia Alzheimer’s Advocacy Institute is held at the Georgia Capitol on Thursday, December 3, from 10:00 – 3:00.  The goal of the Institute is to prepare advocates:

  • to learn Chapter’s 2016 Legislative Platform,
  • to make them familiar with the Capitol and its layout during the Legislative Session,
  • to teach details about the Chapter’s Platform issues,
  • to teach advocates how to interact with legislators—at the “rope line” during the Legislative Session 

As the Legislative Session gets underway on January 11, we will ask the graduates of the Institute to be on call to join us at the Capitol on those days when we need to call legislators out of session to share with them about our legislation, and to ask their support for that legislation. Click here to learn more.

Public Policy Survey

We have created an online survey for our constituents to help us better gauge our organization’s strengths and enable us to effectively plan for future public policy discussions.  

Click here to view the Public Policy Survey.

Interested in looking up Federal or State Legislation? These two sites will help:

For Federal Legislation:

Legislative Information
A service from the U.S. Library of Congress. Includes a schedule of current floor activities in Congress, documentation of all major legislation, summaries of bills and their status, text of the Congressional Record, committee reports, and home pages. Provides information about other Congressional Internet sites, Library of Congress Web links and a directory of e-mail addresses for members of Congress.

For Georgia Legislation: 

To check the status of a bill in the Georgia Legislature, or to see a photo of your GA state senator or GA state representative, go to: On the left-hand menu bar, click on "Search Legislation" to find a specific bill. On the same menu bar, click on "Picture Book," to find a photo of your legislator. It sometimes takes a little time for the picture book to be updated during the first year of the two-year session.