U.S. Pain offers a designated medical cannabis program led by two expert advocates. The program seeks to increase safe, fair access to medical cannabis for people with chronic pain and provide education and training on medical cannabis as a treatment option.
Take Control of Your Pain events are education days for pain warriors and caregivers to learn tools to empower them to take control of their personal pain and medical journeys. They are held in various locations throughout the country.
Looking for concrete, credible information about your diagnosis written by people who have pain, too? This online directory offers in-depth information and resources for a multitude of pain conditions.
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.
Dealing with pain is hard for anyone, but especially children. This program includes scholarships to a week-long pain summer camp for kids and families, a magazine and gala highlighting their brave stories, and a pediatric educational event.
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.
The Real Hope, Real Heroes Gala raises public awareness about chronic pain and raises funding to support U.S. Pain’s programs through ticket sales and an auction. Most important, the evening recognizes pain warriors for their courage, resilience, and willingness to share their lives with us through the INvisible Project.
Created in 2015 by Tyler Cashman, whose mom lives with Pain, Points for Pain is a unique fundraiser where sports fans pledge donations based on the number of points their team scores. Tyler has raised tens of thousands of dollars to benefit the U.S. Pain Foundation’s Pediatric Pain Warriors Program.
Triumph Over Pain walks benefit the pain community by raising awareness and funds. Held in communities across the country, these walks are a popular way to raise funds for Take Control Of Your Pain, free day-long educational events for pain warriors. Consider hosting one in your town!