b'Federal, State and Local PolicyAFSP supports federal, state, and local policy priorities recommended by theAFSP Public Policy Council and approved by the AFSP Board of Directors. Advocates, chapters, and the general public can access policy positions, learn about related legislation, and take action by visiting AFSPs advocacy web page and Action Center.Advocacy ForumHeld each June, the annual Advocacy Forum is AFSPs single largest effort to educate federal officials about mental health and suicide prevention. AFSP chapter volunteers and staff gather in Washington, D.C. and visit Capitol Hill to ask members of Congress to support AFSPs federal public policy priorities.State Capitol DaysAFSP organizes State Capitol Day events to rally advocates to share their stories and educate state and local public officials about suicide prevention and mental health. AFSP chapters coordinate with the Public Policy Office in Washington, D.C. to identify the needs and legislative priorities for each state.FY 2021 | Program Priorities 2'