For five years now, Congress has allocated approximately $2 million in annual funding for the Tourette Syndrome Public Health, Education and Research Program at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Among other vital functions, this program enhances knowledge and understanding of Tourette Syndrome among educators, medical and allied professionals throughout the country.
With budget pressures mounting in Washington, we need your help to maintain funding for this program. Will you take 10 minutes or so out of your busy schedule today to make your voice heard? Visit this page to learn how.