In order to provide the best mental health care to children and families, and to promote the health and wellness of children and families, Dr. Jenna believes that mental health advocacy is an imperative. Our central Wisconsin psychiatrist, Dr. Jenna Saul, travels annually to Capitol Hill to advocate for mental health legislation that promotes the health and well-being of children and families. She is the Wisconsin Council of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry’s Legislation and Advocacy Chair.

Dr. Jenna works to develop liaison relationships for Mental Health Advocacy in Wisconsin. In concert with Mental Fitness, Inc and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, she wrote a grant that was accepted by the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. They will implement a tiered training program into the Wisconsin public schools to reduce the incidence of eating disordered behaviors that place students at risk for Eating Disorders, the Female Athlete Triad, and obesity.

Other mental health advocacy the Wisconsin child psychiatrist provides include forensic psychiatry consultation that is developmentally informed for civiljuvenile and criminal, and family law matters.

Dr. Jenna has spoken on the radio, has been interviewed for magazines, and has spoken nationally and throughout Wisconsin to provide education and outreach regarding a myriad of topics.

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With MEGAVOTE, you can be involved in Mental Health Advocacy in Wisconsin and Nationally

Track your Senators’ and Representative’s votes by e-mail.

Each week (that Congress is in session) you will receive:

Key votes by your two Senators and U.S. Representative.

Links to send e-mail to your members of Congress using pre-addressed forms.

Upcoming votes for your review and a chance to offer e-mail input before they vote.

Use this weekly vote monitor to track the decisions made by your elected officials on key issues.

Capitol Hill Basics:

How to communicate with your elected officials

Representatives:

Who are your elected officials? find out here.

Media:

Your local media can be a great way to think globally, act locally, and advocate for children, families and mental health care. This AACAP link will allow you to find local and national media contacts.

Elections:

What are the upcoming elections in your area? Who’s running? Find out here.

Register to vote:

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