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 Roll on Capitol Hill7th Annual Roll on Capitol Hill

Roll on Capitol Hill

An Annual Advocacy Event

An Opportunity To Unite

Coming Together

An Annual Advocacy Event

Joining Together
To Speak With One Voice

An Annual Advocacy Event

Takin' It To The Hill
Over 200 Times

Stating Our Case

An Annual Advocacy Event

Getting Down To Business With Legislators

An Annual Advocacy Event

The Spirit Of The Roll
We Can & We Will!

7th Annual Roll on Capitol Hill Legislative and Advocacy Conference
Sunday, June 24 – Wednesday, June 27, 2018
Washington, DC

Why We Roll

How We Roll

Attendees—including many wheelchair users— come from United Spinal’s chapters and support groups nationwide and bring a diverse set of experiences and perspectives. Following a day of policy and advocacy education, attendees spend a day on Capitol Hill making more than 200 individual meetings with their Congressional representatives.

Roll on Capitol Hill photo album

Sponsorship Information 
AJ Assaadi
Director of Engagement
(703) 803-3782 ext. 7004

2017 Sponsors

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Spinal Cord Injury

Spinal cord injury can result in paralysis of the muscles used for breathing; paralysis and/or loss of feeling in all or some of the trunk, arms, and legs; weakness; numbness; loss of bowel and bladder control; and numerous secondary conditions including respiratory problems, pressure sores, and sometimes fatal spikes in blood pressure. Approximately 12,000 new spinal cord injuries occur in the U.S. each year. A majority of injuries occur from motor vehicle accidents, falls, work-related accidents, sports injuries, and penetrations such as stab or gunshot wounds.

Our Membership Community

Our membership community provides a lifeline for many individuals that are focused on regaining their independence and improving their quality of life––whether they are leaving rehab after sustaining a spinal cord injury, learning to live with symptoms of a spinal cord disorder, or have spent years of frustration coping with disability. We provide members guidance and resources on a variety of topics they are passionate about, such as employment, affordable housing, transportation, health care, home- and community-based independent living, education, peer support, and leisure and recreation.

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