"Making the unknown known is the important thing."
—Georgia O'Keefe
What's New
Stanford Pain Twitter Chat

For Grace leaders have been invited to participate on a Stanford Pain Medicine Twitter chat about how individuals can become empowered to best manage and reduce their pain.  Women In Pain, please join us on Tuesday, September 5th from 12-1pm PT @EmpoweredRelief! We look forward to chatting then...

September’s Story of the Month

For September Pain Awareness Month, we're spotlighting Woman In Pain and artist Radene Marie Cook's harrowing journey from helicopter reporter to Worker's Comp victim to Pain Warrior. After literally dropping out of the sky, Radene has used her pain to inspire and embolden others to take control of their care and find better wellness. Besides being an advocate and writer, Radene depicts her pain journey on the canvas - and will be displaying her extensive gallery at For Grace's 2017 Change Agent Pain Summit: Part One on September 22.

Change Agent Summit Press Release

Check out the press release for our quickly-approaching Change Agent Pain Summit: Part One  where you'll find details about this exciting, empowering day. Be a voice for better pain care for yourself and others by joining us in Los Angeles (free passes are still available!)  or via live, worldwide webcast on September 22nd. Be the change you want to see!

Pain and Disability Podcast

Listen to For Grace founder Cynthia Toussaint share inspiring insights about chronic pain, disability and her book, Battle for Grace, on host Win Charles' Butterflies of Wisdom podcast! Win, a cerebral palsy and chronic pain sufferer, and Cynthia went deep into chronic illness issues including the marriage penalty law and the critical need to raise awareness among the public and healthcare community.  Please link here to hear the one-hour show.

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