"Making the unknown known is the important thing."
—Georgia O'Keefe
What's New
For Grace Signs on to White House Effort

For Grace has joined 73 organizations in writing a letter to the President’s Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis. The letter highlights the need to implement the National Pain Strategy as part of a long-term strategy to address the chronic pain and opioid epidemics, as well as the critical care needs of people with pain.

July’s Story of the Month

Woman In Pain Tracy Zuckerman is featured as For Grace's July Story of the Month! Her CRPS began with a car accident and changed everything in her life for the worse. Tracy's complaints of pain were quickly dismissed by her doctors and insurance company. In fact, so abused she grew to doubt herself. With time also came confidence and wisdom - and today she's an advocate for other women in pain. Hats off to you, Tracy!

Pain Advocacy in the Big Apple

For Grace leaders are heading to New York City this week to participate at the 2017 US Patient Day. This year's meeting will explore the chronic pain experience and identify ways patient organizations can work together to improve the quality of life for 100 million+ people impacted by this overlooked health challenge.

CRPS & Battle for Grace Podcast

Women in pain, catch a podcast tomorrow (Monday, June 12) as Dr. Karen Litzy and For Grace  Founder Cynthia Toussaint talk about coping strategies for high-impact chronic pain, the importance of self-management and Cynthia's memoir, Battle for Grace, that details her 35-year journey with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.

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