Get Involved


First Steps: 


  1. Join the Friends of Stop TB USA
  2. Sign up to receive our free email Newsletters such as the TB Wire, and the quarterly “TB No Longer a Problem?”
  3. Like our Facebook (Stop TB USA) page and forward it to your friends and colleagues,
  4. Follow us on Twitter @StopTBUSA.


Next: 


Join one or all of the Stop TB USA Work Groups:


  • Patients’ and Community Forum: providing a forum for individuals affected by TB to voice their concerns and share their experiences;
  • Communications and Media: increasing the effectiveness of communication through traditional and newer communication media outlets;
  • Membership and Outreach: providing a framework for participation by the full range of partners in the TB elimination effort
  • Policy, Education, and Resource Mobilization: raising awareness of TB among policy makers.


To join one of the Stop TB USA Work Groups, please do so by selecting any group within your Friends for Stop TB USA profile. click here...

Then: 


Tuberculosis Elimination Caucus - U.S. House of Representatives


Send a letter to your Representative today, asking that they please join the TB Elimination Caucus in the House of Representatives.


Background


The Tuberculosis Elimination Caucus in the U.S. House of Representatives was formed in March of 2012 by Representatives Engel (D-NJ), Green (D-TX) and Young (R-AK).  A caucus is an informal grouping of legislators which can help rally interest and enthusiasm on an issue of mutual concern, by sponsoring briefings, initiating letters and inquiries, and more.  You can help to grow the membership of this caucus by sending a letter to your Representatives asking that they join this very important caucus.

  1. First, check the list below to see if your Representative is already a member on the Caucus. If oyur Representative is on this list, then you are all set. 

  2. If your Representative is not on the list below, click the link below and provide your street address and zip and a personal letter will be generated and sent to your Representatives on your behalf.


Click here for a list of current TB Caucus Members