- To inform patients and their agents of their rights in regards to doctors and hospitals in individual states and provinces
- To provide information regarding the importance of having a Power of Attorney for health care, or its equivalent legal document, in any state or province
- To advise people that it is crucial to appoint a legal representative who: has the authority to make medical decisions if the person is incapable of speaking or making decisions for him/herself; who agrees with his/her medical decisions; and who will, if necessary, stand up against medical authority
- To identify the legal rights of patients and their agent in regards to doctors and hospital medical decisions pertinent to various states and provinces
- To provide cases of actual hospital involuntary euthanasia (removing identifying information) for educational purposes, regarding what institutions can do and have done if the patient and his/her agent are not knowledgeable of their rights
- To provide contacts to other organizations which can provide legal support if the patient or their agent is in an irresolvable dispute with the hospital in resisting being euthanized
- To provide referrals to grief, guilt and anger counselors about a loved one who was euthanized against their will
- To raise awareness in peaceful, legal, civil actions to peacefully protest the use of involuntary euthanasia - including that requested when the no-longer-competent person was competent.