Pain News Network is proud to be affiliated with these organizations, which provide education, awareness and services to the pain community. Click on their logos to learn more about them.
For Grace is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting better care and wellness for women in pain. For Grace seeks to raise awareness of the gender disparity women often face in pain care, empower women to be better consumers of health care, and educate public policy makers about pain as a major health issue.
The Alliance for the Treatment of Intractable Pain (ATIP) is a group of pain patients, caregivers and activists calling for the withdrawal of the 2016 opioid prescribing guidelines released by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. ATIP maintains the guidelines were created with poor science and professional bias, and despite known harms to patients.
Practical Pain Management is a valuable resource and teaching tool for pain practitioners who want to stay up-to-date on the latest news, research and in-depth analysis on chronic pain topics.
Fed Up with Fatigue is a blog by journalist Donna Gregory Burch devoted to helping those with fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS). Donna is an award-winning journalist who was diagnosed with fibromyalgia after several years of unexplained symptoms.
EDS Awareness, also known as "Chronic Pain Partners," is a non-profit organization focused on Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and associated disorders such as POTs, dysautonomia, Chiari, and Mast Cell Activation. Their primary mission is setting up local EDS support groups worldwide and EDS awareness training through educational webinars by EDS experts.
Give Pain a Voice is a non-profit based in Toronto, Canada that advocates and champions for the rights of chronic pain patients. It's goal is to educate doctors and the public on the epidemic of chronic pain, and draw awareness to a devastating disease that affects 1 in 4 North Americans.
Pain Exhibit is a non-profit online arts exhibit that features artists with chronic pain who use their art to express some facet of the pain experience. The Pain Exhibit’s mission is to educate healthcare providers and the public about chronic pain through art, and to give voice to the many who suffer in silence.
Pain Maps is a resource center dedicated to neuroplastic approaches to healing pain and neurological dysfunction. It offers material, sources and ideas that enable non-invasive, drug-free options to reducing nerve pain while exploring new dimensions in the narrative of neuroscience.