Thank you for visiting my website. Within these pages, you can learn more about me, things I'm working on and how you can get involved in the legislative process.
People deserve leaders that take the time to understand their concerns and represent their values. I'm committed to listening to you and finding common-sense solutions to the problems facing our communities.
Communicating effectively is a key ingredient to good government, and it's an area where our state government must do better.
In 2019, I sponsored House Bill 2883, which expanded youth access to behavioral health services; however, information about these services was still not available online when we convened the 2022 session. That's why I sponsored House Bill 1800 to ensure government has the tools it needs to connect families, providers, and educators with up-to-date information about behavioral health services for young people.
As a state representative, the needs of the citizens of the 39th Legislative District are always at the forefront of every decision I make. Good public policy becomes a reality when we work together.
Please contact me if I can be of any help. I look forward to hearing from you.
Rep. Carolyn Eslick
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