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Applications are Now Open for the 2023 Headache on the Hill

Headache on the Hill is our annual advocacy day where patients, providers, caregivers and researchers from all over the country join together to participate in advocacy meetings in support of equitable policies for those impacted by headache disorders with their elected representatives.

Due to the continued uncertainty around COVID and the impact it is having on congressional offices in DC, we are planning for a virtual event again this year. We are disappointed to miss out on the personal connections and time together in DC. At the same time, we know virtual meetings make the event much more manageable for many of you.

If you are interested in participating in this year’s Headache on the Hill, please apply as soon as possible but no later than November 30, 2022. Applications are being reviewed on a rolling basis.

Support Our Efforts

Help us fund our ongoing efforts as well as fund the important 2020 Headache on the Hill event

There are many small things we can do all the time to make progress in public awareness of Migraine disease and other headache disorders.

This page of our site will list things to do on a regular basis as well as specific opportunities to speak out.

Now and on a regular basis

Walk/Run/Relax in Support of Headache on the Hill

Register to walk, run or just relax to raise awareness of and funds for our annual advocacy day, Headache on the Hill! This will be a virtual walk, run or relax event that you complete from your home town at a time that works best for you between June 23-30, 2022. Register today!

Facebook and Twitter

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Linkedin

When you see an article, blog post, or other good information about Migraine disease or other headache disorders, post the link to your Facebook page or re-tweet on Twitter.

Blogging

Do you have a blog? If so, blogging about advocacy issues is a way each of us can do something constructive on an ongoing basis.

Migraine & headache mailing lists, forums, etc.

If you belong to mailing lists for discussion, forums, support groups, etc., and it’s allowed by their rules, post there about any advocacy issues as you become aware of them. Invite members there to join us here.