We all know Demi Lovato has a powerful voice, but now she's using it for something other than belting out her hit songs.
The pop princess is headed to Capitol Hill to raise awareness about mental health issues, something that hits home because she has admitted to suffering with bipolar disorder.
On Tuesday, the 23-year-old is headed to Washington, D.C. for the Be Vocal: Speak Up for Mental Health movement at the National Council for Behavioral Health's Hill Day.
While she's there, the brunette beauty is going to meet with legislators to push for "comprehensive mental health reform" and an easier ability to obtain the proper healthcare.
But most importantly, the Confident singer wants to change the way our society perceives mental disorders and diseases, saying: