Become a Member
As a member of Partnership for Prevention, you have a voice in shaping national prevention policy. Partnership’s members include businesses, public health and healthcare associations, advocacy organizations, health plans, and state and local departments of health. These organizations share a commitment to prevention and seek to advance the use of evidence-based prevention in policy and practice. Partnership and its more than 100 members (Click here for a full listing
) work closely with federal agencies, Congress, public health organizations, health professional organizations and academic institutions to develop and advance prevention initiatives.
What does a membership in Partnership for Prevention offer?
Membership offers access to Partnership’s unique networks across the health care, governmental, business, academic and NGO sectors. It provides an entry point for collaboration on key health policy issues and opportunities, and it brings together executive leaders to collectively drive change aimed at improving the health of every American. Most of all, by becoming a Partnership member, you are supporting efforts to create a culture of prevention in America.
Membership in Partnership allows you and your organization to:
Network with leaders in the health policy arena.
Participate in Partnership’s Washington, DC-based meetings.
Serve on committees and task forces that develop key policy agendas and advise on national initiatives to combat chronic and infectious diseases.
Gain early intelligence on Partnership’s evidence-based research and policy analyses.
Obtain the latest information on the status of prevention policy in Washington, DC.
Make social media connections, including gaining the exclusive right to work with our communications staff to produce podcasts, blog posts for the Partnership web site, and webinars.
Learn about prevention policy and practice developments via Partnership’s monthly newsletter.
Provide input to Partnership staff on topics for Congressional Prevention Caucus briefings/presentations.
What does Partnership do that benefits my sector?
What are Partnership’s membership dues?
Membership dues vary depending on your organization’s annual revenues and on whether your organization is a for-profit or non-profit organization. The attached membership application includes a dues schedule.
How does my organization become a member?
Simply download the attached membership application and return it to Cindy O'Ferrell at firstname.lastname@example.org