The Alliance leads and partners with organizations in coalitions that engage in education, public policy and advocacy activities on issues that affect the older population. Those coalitions are featured here.
The National Coalition on Mental Health & Aging provides opportunities for professional, consumer, and government organizations to work together towards improving the availability and quality of mental health preventive and treatment strategies to older Americans and their families through education, research, and increased public awareness.
Membership in NCL’s Health Advisory Council demonstrates an appreciation for NCL’s long-standing work, and a commitment to the guiding principles of NCL’s mission: to make the marketplace safer and healthier for consumers and workers.
NCPIE works to address critical medicine safe use issues like adherence improvement, prescription drug abuse prevention, treatment and recovery, medication error reduction, quality improvements in healthcare provider – patient medicine communication and safe storage and disposal of medicines.
The National Forum for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention builds a collective voice for a heart-healthy and stroke-free society through its collaborative policy and programmatic efforts. Members include more than 80 US and international organizations representing public, private, health care, advocacy, academic, policy, and community sectors. The National Forum is an independent non-profit, 501(c)(3), voluntary health organization.
The National Poisoning Prevention Council (“the Council”) is a group of representatives from government and nonprofit organizations that have an interest in the prevention of unintentional poisoning through raising awareness and promoting poisoning prevention public education.
The Osteoarthritis Action Alliance is committed to elevating osteoarthritis (OA) as a national health priority and promoting effective policy [systems and environmental] solutions that address the individual and national toll of OA.
A broad group of patients, providers, community organizations, business and labor groups, and health policy experts joined together to form the Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease - a national, bi-partisan coalition committed to raising awareness of the policies and practices that save lives and reduce health costs through more effective prevention and management of chronic disease.
The Partnership to Improve Patient Care (PIPC) is a coalition of a diverse variety of health care stakeholders representing patients, providers, researchers and others who have come together to promote comparative effectiveness research for the purpose of fostering patient access to innovative products and improving health care quality.
The Protecting Access to Pain Relief (PAPR) Coalition is a multi-stakeholder coalition of public health organizations, medical professionals, people living with pain and concerned citizens, established to ensure that Americans have access to and choice of appropriate over-the-counter (OTC) pain relief while educating the public about the appropriate use of acetaminophen.
The U.S. Stakeholder Forum on Antimicrobial Resistance (S-FAR) is a national partnership convened by the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA). It was started on the principle that any U.S. government strategy to address antimicrobial resistance should involve sustained and meaningful engagement with non-government experts and stakeholders throughout the policy development and implementation process.