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4P-Parent Contact Group

Supporting individuals with a 4th chromosome condition and their families by providing information, education and support; uniting families, researchers, and professionals; and promoting awareness, understanding and research of 4p-syndrome, with Wolf-Hirschhorn Syndrome as the main condition.

5P Society

For families having a child with 5P- Syndrome, a genetic disorder characterized by a high-pitched cry. Dedicated to facilitating the flow of information among affected families and medical professionals. Support groups can be located through this site, parent to parent connections as well as sibling connections are offered. Newsletters, annual meetings, and family listing available as well.

5th Street Group NA-Beaver

12 step program meeting of Narcotics Anonymous for individuals interested in recovery from addiction

9 to 5, National Association of Working Women

Support, advocacy, and legislative assistance on issues that affect women who work. Phone support, conferences, newsletters, and group development guidelines. Hotline organizers can advise women on how to make changes in their jobs.



A Special Wish Foundation

OUR MISSION: To enhance the quality of life for those children having a life-threatening disorder by granting their special wish.

A Way to Recovery NA-Parsons

12 step meeting based on Narcotics Anonymous for individuals interested in recovery from addiction

A-T Children's Project

Ataxia-telangiectasia (A-T) is a genetic disease that causes loss of muscle control and balance, cancer, lung disease and immune system problems in children and young adults, shortening their lives. The nonprofit A-T Children’s Project partners with academic and industry investigators worldwide – organizing and supporting innovative research, conferences, clinical teams, data platforms and biomarkers – to optimize disease management strategies, develop new treatments and find a cure. Online support is available through a private Facebook group run by A-T parents.

ABCD: After Breast Cancer Diagnosis - Support

ABCD provides free, personalized information and one-to-one support to people affected by breast cancer – patients, families and friends.

Can get emotional support, and matched to a mentor, Get support form - After Breast Cancer Diagnosis by visiting their website at:  

Abounding Grace

Resource for grief and loss of a spouse. Visit website for Events page. It has information of Grief Share Loss of Spouse Seminar.

Acid Maltase Deficiency Association (AMDA)

Support and information for persons affected by Pompe's Disease (acid maltase deficiency). Newsletter, literature, information, referrals and phone support. Promotes research into the cause and cure.

Website has information about the disease, research, and initiatives: