OTPC NEEDS YOUR HELP IN DEVELOPING ITS 2018 & 2019 POLICY OBJECTIVES!

Formed in 1997, the OTPC serves as an independent statewide consortium focused on policy issues aimed at improving Oklahoma's health status.  The OTPC serves as an education and advocacy resource to a network of approximately 70 local partnerships across the state and collaborates with organizations in taking action on policies that impact the health of Oklahomans.
 
The OTPC requests feedback from community partners on state/local issues to help shape policy recommendations and prioritize policy objectives.  Your feedback and participation in this survey will support public health advocacy efforts and the mobilization of partners to improve the health of Oklahomans!  Please complete survey by COB on Wednesday, September 6, 2017. 
 
For more information about the OTPC or to learn how to get involved, visit www.okturningpoint.org or okturningpointcouncil@yahoo.com
 

1. The OTPC and other public health groups are currently working on developing 2018 legislative goals.  What do you think are the three (3) most important issues for public health during the 2018 legislative session?

2. What current Oklahoma public health policy/law do you think is a hindrance to the health of the state or your community?

3. What plans do you have to share successes with legislators and your county/city/community leaders?

4. What are your expectations for the Oklahoma Turning Point Council and how can it be of most value to you?

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