"Making the unknown known is the important thing."
—Georgia O'Keefe
What's New
For Grace On Board Bay State Pain Awareness Proclamation

As one of many advocacy actions For Grace is taking this month, including our September 24th 10th Annual Women In Pain Conference,  we co-sponsored a Massachusetts proclamation that touts September as Pain Awareness Month in the Bay State.  Lead by the efforts of the US Pain Foundation, the proclamation makes the case that chronic pain is a major health problem which affects one in four adults in the US.  We're proud to be partnering with 10 other pain organizations on this much-needed awareness that addresses the impact of chronic pain on society.

Powerful Art Illuminates “Pain-Cancer Connection” Conference

Art will play a featured role in depicting "The Pain-Cancer Connection" at For Grace's 10th Annual Women In Pain Conference on September 24th. Woman In Pain and award-winning artist, Radene Marie Cook, will share via slides throughout the live webcast her years-in-the-making gallery of original art, along with this new themed piece - all that stunningly capture her epic journey with chronic pain.  To find out more about Radene and her mission to artistically express the hard-to-put-into-words pain experience, please link here

“Moving On” Session Drives Hope & Joy for “Pain-Cancer” Day

The "Moving On" session of For Grace's 10th Annual Women In Pain Conference takes the "Pain-Cancer" experience high road! On September 24th, join us as "The Challenge Doctor" Melissa Cady, DO, and  cancer survivor/BumpInTheRoad podcaster, Pat Wetzel, share how movement, both physical and mental, is vital for overcoming pain and cancer, and how the power of change can be a catalyst for resilience and reinvention.  Register now  to book your getaway!

Pain-Cancer “Experience” Panel Shares Wisdom & Hope

Join us at For Grace's 10th Annual Women In Pain Conference - where our Pain-Cancer "Experience" panel will provide ample wisdom about overcoming adversity,  discovering best health and self care strategies and finding unexpected "gifts" along the way. Moderated by cancer survivor Rhonda M. Smith, Executive Director at California Black Health Network, our four panelists will share their lived challenges with pain and cancer - and what they did to sustain hope and well-being. This powerful, life-affirming panel is a must-see. Register now!

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