Action Alert: Missouri and the Congressional TS Caucus


The national TSA has worked closely with members of the U.S. House of Representatives to establish a Bipartisan Congressional Caucus on Tourette Syndrome. Unfortunately, as of Aug. 15, members of the Missouri delegation had not yet joined this caucus.

Help us change that situation.

Please visit — and encourage your friends and family to visit — this Web page. There, the “Take Action” link provides an easy opportunity to edit and email a personalized message to your U.S. Representative and both U.S. Senators from Missouri, encouraging them to start a similar caucus in the Senate. Be sure to add a sentence or two about how TS is relevant to your family.

We appreciate your support.


Congressio‚Äčnal Caucus on Tourette Syndrome

The National Tourette Syndrome Association is calling on the 113th Congress to establish a bipartisan caucus on Tourette Syndrome (TS).

For nearly 10 years, the Public Health Education and Research Program at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has become a cornerstone of TSA’s comprehensive approach to improving the lives of children and adults affected by TS. A Congressional Caucus would help ensure the continuation of this vital program.

We hope all individuals affected by TS will contact their Representatives and encourage them to co-sponsor this caucus. For more information, please call or email Elridge Proctor, TSA’s Vice President of Public Policy, at 202-408-7009 or