Get involved with OFMF1. Join the Coalition

Our strength and success in protecting medical freedom in Oregon has been due to the collaboration and teamwork with people just like you. Please join our coalition today so we can be in touch with you on action items, share important news and updates, and much more. Having your support as part of our network makes a big difference in what we can do in the future.

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2. Follow us on Social Media

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3. Donate to our cause

We need your help to protect medical freedom in the future by building a strong financial base so we can spread our message, do necessary research and outreach surrounding our issues, communicate with legislators, and most importantly right now, begin some projects in preparation for the next election cycle.

One way to help protect medical freedom in Oregon through a small financial contributions to our political action committee. Your contribution of $25, $50, or $100 can make a difference to our coalition as we fight to protect our rights to medical freedom and informed consent—and because of the Oregon Political Tax Credit, it doesn’t have to cost you anything!

Donate here and show your support!

4. Write your Oregon Legislators

There are 90 legislators in the Oregon Legislature. Each one will have an important role regarding this legislation and you should be equipped with reaching out to them. Here are ways to do so:

Email your state senators and state representatives explaining your position on these issues and why they need to support medical freedom in Oregon.
Make personal phone calls to your legislators.
Request an in-person meeting with your legislators.

5. Educate the media

Write a letter to the editor to your local newspaper about your position on these issues.
Email your local radio station about this issue, ask them to address it, and share your position opposing this legislation