We understand chronic migraine can be debilitating, exhausting, and frustrating. That’s why we offer the following support systems.
Chronic migraine can be debilitating, exhausting, and frustrating. The Aware Care program offers a variety of support including Facebook support groups, two virtual support groups (one for care partners, one for those living with chronic migraine) the Support Squad, Triage Kits, Partners in Care guide/comfort kits, Mental Health guide and Rally Against Chronic Migraine on Chronic Migraine Awareness Day every June 29. The Aware Care program’s reach is well over 50,000 on our social media platforms and over 45,000 on Facebook alone.
For those living with chronic migraine and care partners meet via Zoom.
Enable you to connect with others who understand how difficult it is to live with chronic migraine.
Collections of donated and sponsored items that help people cope during particularly difficult times.
June 29 is CMA Day, our annual awareness day when we acknowledge the over 4-6 million people living with chronic migraine.
Made up of CMA volunteers who reach out and send cards of encouragement and support to those struggling.
Basic ideas on how to cope while living with a chronic illness.
Practical tips on how to care for someone with chronic migraine.
MHAM occurs each June with a variety of online and in person activities to promote awareness and community.
Triage Kits are care packages of comfort and support items sent to members who are going through a difficult time.
The Support Squad are CMA volunteers who are committed to surrounding another member going through a difficult time with love and compassion.
We have a variety of private Facebook support groups for patients and caregivers that are all inclusive.
#RallyAgainstChronicMigraine is the official CMA campaign slogan of Chronic Migraine Awareness Day celebrated on June 29th and all year long.
Chronic Migraine Awareness
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