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Here’s what it means to be a Civic Health Month Partner: 

Civic Health Month is a celebration of civic engagement and health. We invite you to join our growing team of partners in this celebration.

If you are a hospital, we ask that you take these actions: 

If you are a provider association, we ask that you take these actions

  • Send an Email Blast and Social Media Post announcing Civic Health Month to your members during the first week in August, using templates that we will provide
  • Invite your members to add the Safe Voting Email Signature until election day
  • Encourage your members to sign up for Healthy Democracy Kits 
  • Encourage your members to register to vote by posting a VotER Digital voter registration link on your home page

If you are a voter access organization, we ask that you take these actions

  • Support: Use your networks to promote and expand awareness of Civic Health Month  
  • Provide expertise: We are in this voter registration effort together. We want to share best practices to help us all make the most of our voter registration efforts 
  • Share connections: We are seeking to build a big tent and welcome connections across the healthcare provider and voter registration landscape
  • Co-create a calendar: Thousands of health care providers across the country and dozens of hospitals will be tuned into the calendar of events for civic health month. Do you have an idea for a civic engagement themed action healthcare providers can take? Let’s partner and feature your organization.

If you don’t fit neatly into the groups above…

  • Contact us. We can find unique ways to work together!

Additionally, consider these actions to deepen your engagement: 

  • Send pre-drafted text message reminders created by Civic Health Month staff to your patients to encourage them to register
  • Recruit more partner organizations to Civic Health Month
  • Amplify our reach via your social media platforms 
  • Assign an executive champion to be your organization’s public face of Civic Health Month
  • Consider donating Healthy Democracy Kits for health care providers across the country 

“We’re trying to bring resources to patients, both medical and non-medical, so that we can help our communities be healthier.” 

– Dr. Elizabeth Datner, Chair of Department of Emergency Medicine, Einstein Hospital, Philadelphia
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