The American Academy of Dermatology P.O. Box 4014 Schaumburg, IL 60168-4014 Phone: 888.462.DERM (3376) Fax: 847.240.1859 www.aad.org
The American Academy of Dermatology is a professional organization of dermatologists. The website offers patient information on dermatology topics, publications, and help in finding a dermatologist.
American Cancer Society 250 Williams Street NW Atlanta, Georgia, 30303 Phone: 800.ACS (227).2345 www.cancer.org
The American Cancer Society is a national organization dedicated to cancer education, prevention, and research. Services include patient information, patient advocacy, and community programs.
American Skin Association 335 Madison Avenue, 22nd Floor New York, NY 10017 Phone: 212.889.4858 or 800.499.SKIN Fax: 212.889.4959 www.americanskin.org
The American Skin Association is collaboration of patients, families, advocates, physicians and scientists whose aim is to advance research and drive public awareness of skin disease.
Children’s Skin Disease Foundation 1600 S Main St # 192 Walnut Creek, CA 94596 Phone: 925-947-3825 Fax: 1-866-236-6474 www.csdf.org
The Children’s Skin Disease Foundation (CSDF) is a non-profit organization created to improve the quality of life of children with skin disease. The organization offers financial assistance, scholarships, a weeklong camp experience through Camp Wonder, and wish fulfillment programs for affected children.
The Foundation for Ichthyosis & Related Skin Types 2616 N. Broad Street Colmar, PA 18915 Phone: 215.997.9400 www.firstskinfoundation.org
The Foundation for Ichthyosis & Related Skin Types (FIRST) is a non-profit charitable organization founded with the mission to improve lives and seek cures for those affected by ichthyosis and related skin types. The organization offers information, education, and support services to its global membership of persons affected with ichthyosis and their families.
Lupus Foundation of America, Inc. 2121 K Street NW, Suite 200 Washington, DC 20037 Phone: 202.349.1155 www.lupus.org
The Lupus Foundation of America supports research and public education of lupus, and also offers support to lupus patients and their families. Its website offers patient education, publications, and research updates.
The National Alopecia Areata Foundation 65 Mitchell Boulevard, Suite 200-B San Rafael, CA 94903 Phone: 415.472.3780 Fax: 415.480.1800 www.naaf.org
The National Alopecia Areata Foundation (NAAF) is a nonprofit organization that was founded to serve the community of people affected by alopecia areata. NAAF serves its constituents in three primary program areas: support, awareness, and advocacy. It also supports research to find a treatment or cure.
National Eczema Association 4460 Redwood Highway Suite 16D San Rafael, CA 94903-1953 Phone: 415.499.3474 or 800.818.7546 Fax: 415.472.5345 www.nationaleczema.org
The National Eczema Association (NEA) is a national, patient-oriented organization working to improve the health and the quality of life of all persons living with atopic dermatitis/eczema. NEA provides emotional support, information, and resources to those who have the disease as well as their loved ones, while raising public awareness of the disease. In addition, NEA supports patients through public advocacy and research efforts.
The National Psoriasis Foundation 6600 SW 92nd Ave., Suite 300 Portland, OR 97223-7195 Phone: 800.723.9166 or 503.244.7404 or 800.723.9166 Fax: 503.245.0626 www.psoriasis.org
The National Psoriasis Foundation advocates for patients with psoriasis via education and research support. The website includes information about treatment, research updates, and a physician directory.
The National Rosacea Society 196 James Street Barrington, IL 60010 Phone: 888. NO-BLUSH www.rosacea.org
The National Rosacea Society provides awareness, public health information, newsletters, physician information, and research support.
National Vitiligo Foundation Cornell Park Drive, Suite 207 Cincinnati, Ohio 45242 Phone: 513.793.NVFI (6834) nationalvitiligofoundation.wildapricot.org
The National Vitiligo Foundation's mission is to increase public awareness of vitiligo, counsel patients and their families, and support research into vitiligo.
The Scleroderma Research Foundation 220 Montgomery Street, Suite 1411 San Francisco, CA 94104 Phone: 415.834.9444 Fax: 415.834.9177 www.sclerodermaresearch.org
The Scleroderma Research Foundation supports research and public education. The website includes a newsletter, patient information, and information on clinical trials into scleroderma.
The Skin Cancer Foundation 149 Madison Ave, Suite 901 New York, NY 10016 Phone: 212.725.5176 www.skincancer.org
The Skin Cancer Foundation's mission is to provide information about skin cancer, (including public and physician education campaigns), encourage detection, and sponsor research. The website offers information on skin cancer, sun safety, and examining the skin for cancer.
The Sturge-Weber Foundation P.O. Box 418 Mount Freedom, New Jersey 07970 Phone: 973.895.4445 or 800.627.5482 Fax: 973.895.4846 www.sturge-weber.org
The Sturge-Weber Foundation (SWF) is an organization for people who have port wine stains, Sturge-Weber Syndrome, and Klippel-Trenaunay Syndrome (red-purple birthmarks involving blood vessels). For patients and families, the SWF offers information and educational materials (including a newsletter, textbooks, and coloring books). The SWF also sponsors research into these conditions.
Turberous Sclerosis Alliance 801 Roeder Road, Suite 750 Silver Spring, Maryland 20910-4487 Phone: 800.225.6872 Fax: 301.562.9870 www.tsalliance.org
The Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance (TSA) is dedicated to finding a cure for tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC) while improving the lives of those affected by tuberous sclerosis complex. The organization provides information, support services and resource information for those affected.