Invisible Project

U.S. Pain Foundation’s flagship program, the Invisible Project, creates chronic pain awareness through the stories and photographs of real people living with pain.

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Pain Ambassador Network

U.S. Pain Foundation relies on its Pain Ambassadors and Volunteers to connect with others and become the voice of pain and hope in their local communities and states.

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Take Control Of Your Pain

Take Control Of Your Pain is patient-education days for pain warriors and care champions to learn tools to empower them to take control of their personal pain and medical journeys.

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Learn About Your Pain

Looking for concrete, credible information about your diagnosis? Browse the directory of pain conditions to learn more and gather resources!

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Pain Medicine 411

Discussing the risks and benefits involved with prescription drugs, Pain Medicine 411 empowers patients to make informed decisions about their personal treatment program.

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Heroes of Healing

An online, closed support group, this community offers an opportunity for those with pain to connect in a safe, secure space. Heroes of Healing offers discussion forums, blogs, videos and more.

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Pediatric Pain Warrior

Dealing with pain is hard for anyone, but especially children. When a child is afflicted, pain not only affects him or her, but also the entire family.

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Triumph Over Pain Walks

Triumph Over Pain walks benefit the pain community by raising awareness. Held in communities across the country, these walks are a popular way to raise funds for Take Control Of Your Pain events.

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U.S. Pain Foundation is proud of our American heroes. We thank them for sacrificing everything in order to keep us safe. 

It is of the utmost importance to the foundation that our veterans receive the proper care, benefits and help they deserve and need.

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Support Groups

U.S. Pain Foundation believes support groups for people with pain and caregivers are important. Whether taking care of a loved one or dealing with pain, we all need to know we are not alone and others are here to help.

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A Brighter Way

Cristina Powell has turned her suffering into her mission. Living with cerebral palsy and despite many physical challenges, Cristina utilizes her gift of creating artwork to positively impact those who also struggle with painful medical conditions.

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Pain Connection

Pain Connection empowers people with chronic pain to improve their quality of life and take a more active role in their treatment by providing information on support groups, Pain Connection Live Conference Calls and other valuable resources.

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