Resources
Fluoride Action Network
The Fluoride Action Network is an international coalition seeking to broaden public awareness about the toxicity of fluoride compounds and the health impacts of current fluoride exposures. Their website (www.fluoridealert.org) is an outstanding resource offering an extensive database of information on fluoridation, sources and health affects of fluoride exposure, suggestions on ways to minimize your exposure, and much more!
Clean Water Action
Clean Water Action is a national organization of diverse individuals and groups working together to assure clean, safe and affordable water supplies for all Americans, now and for the future, and to prevent health-threatenng pollution at its source.

With more than 1.2 million members, volunteers and seasoned professional staff, Clean Water Action has built one of the nation's largest, most effective environmental organizations. Their grassroots muscle has been critical in shaping and strengthening laws such as the Clean Water Act, the Safe Drinking Water Act and the Superfund for toxics cleanup. They provide leadership on critically important environmental, health, ecosystem protection and community quality of life concerns. Recent examples include: arsenic in drinking water and "pressure treated" lumber; sewage pollution/dumping; mercury, power plant and incinerator pollution and safer renewable energy alternatives; wetlands, watershed and drinking water source protection; environmental funding and enforcement.

For more information or to get involved visit www.cleanwateraction.org
Canadians Opposed to Fluoridation
Canadians Opposed to Fluoridation (COF) is a not-for-profit association of professionals, scientific experts, volunteers and affiliates working to educate the public about the health and environmental concerns related to water fluoridation. Their mission is to end water fluoridation Canada-wide. They bring a considerable cross-section of relevant experience, knowledge and training to this matter. Their work includes information gathering, evaluation, critiquing, researching and dissemination; as well as presentations, public speaking, letters, formal petitioning, strategy, legal and other initiatives or actions. They deliver evidence-based information about water fluoridation to decision-makers, to empower them to use it in the best interests of the public, and to protect the vulnerable. Visit their website for more information.