Join The Movement!
“If nothing changes, nothing changes. If you keep doing what you're doing, you're going to keep getting what you're getting. You want change, make some.”
- Courtney C. Stevens
Courtney C. Stevens grew up in Kentucky and occasionally lives in Nashville, Tennessee. She is a former adjunct professor, youth minister, & Olympic torchbearer. Her novels include: Faking Normal, The Blue-Haired Boy (Novella), The Lies About Truth, and Dress Codes for Small Towns. As an educator and author, she visits schools, designs retreats, and teaches workshops on marketing, revision, character development, and Channeling Your Brave.
Kairos Chronic Pain Coaching is dedicated to making the lives of chronic pain and/or chronic illness sufferers better - in any and all ways. After reading what KCPC's "#ConsiderMyPain Campaign" is about, we hope that you'll join us...and, lend us your voice!
If you'd like to help KCPC advocate for chronic pain and/or chronic illness sufferers to continue having access to pain medication as one component of a well-rounded treatment plan, please write a letter to our government officials stating so.
To make it that much easier to do so, we have included everything you'll need to help us stand up for the rights of chronic pain and/or chronic illness sufferers.
Want to See How KCPC's Views Line Up With Those In the US Senate?
On February 12, 2019, Cindy Steinberg, National Director of Policy and Advocacy for U.S. Pain (amongst other brilliant minds) were asked by the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) to testify during its hearing on "Managing Pain During the Opioid Crisis."
Though the hearing was 2-hours long if you or your loved one suffers from chronic pain I strongly suggest you find some time to sit down and watch this. In doing so, you'll understand what our lawmakers are thinking when it comes to the great American Opioid Epidemic and how it can impact you.
And...you will learn that Kairos Chronic Pain Coaching's views, education, and support are parallel to what was discussed!
Click on the "Word" Document PDF to find a ready-made template - All you need to do is fill in the required information!
Click on the button entitled "Elected Officials" to find the names + contact information of your state's representatives!
Let us know what you decided to do by filling out the pop-up poll to the right side of the screen. Yep...that one...right there!
Don't worry! Any answers you provide will remain anonymous!