The National Scleroderma Foundation is excited to announce that we are realigning our chapters, allowing us to elevate our commitment to providing true coast-to-coat coverage for those affected by scleroderma and their caregivers. Supporting the journeys of all individuals who are affected by scleroderma has been and will continue to be our top priority. Broadening our reach ensures everyone within the United States affected by scleroderma has access to support, programs, and resources, and to help each individual find their best path.
As part of the organization’s five-year strategic plan, the board of directors elevated our commitment to providing true coast-to-coat coverage for those affected by scleroderma and their caregivers. Our foundation has been able to impact patients and caregivers for the last 25 years because of your dedication and hard work. We can’t wait to see the even greater impact you will have under this new format.
Our 13 chapters are:
Florida & Puerto Rico Chapter (serving Florida & Puerto Rico)
Heartland Chapter (serving Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Kansas, and Missouri)
Lower Great Lakes Chapter (serving Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky)
Mid-Atlantic Chapter (serving District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, South & Central New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia)
New England Chapter (serving Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont)
Pacific Northwest Chapter (serving Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Alaska)
Rocky Mountain Chapter (serving Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, and Montana)
South Chapter (serving Alabama, Arkansas, Tennessee, Louisiana, and Mississippi)
Southeast Chapter (serving North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia)
Texoma Chapter(serving Texas and Oklahoma)
Tri-State Chapter (serving Connecticut, New York, and Northern New Jersey)
Upper Great Lakes Chapter (serving Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin)
West Coast Chapter (serving California, Nevada, and Hawaii) To find your chapter visit: https://scleroderma.org/find-your-local-chapter/