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We envision a future where every fibromyalgia patient is met with understanding and compassion at their doctor’s office. Imagine a care plan tailored to each individual, promising not just improvement but a pathway to recovery. This is the world the International Support Fibromyalgia Network (Support Fibro) is committed to creating.

Founded in 2017, Support Fibro emerged to address the overlooked needs of the fibromyalgia community. Our mission is to cultivate a spirit of collaboration among patient advocates, stakeholders, and researchers, ensuring that every voice is heard. Through cutting-edge patient and medical education, the integration of technology, advocacy training, and groundbreaking biomedical research, we are forging paths toward unity and innovation in healthcare.

Healthcare experiences should uplift and support every individual, and the Support Fibromyalgia Network is at the forefront of making this a reality. As we step into a new decade, our community leaders are charged with fresh, and bold ideas to drive change.

The Support Fibromyalgia Network is recognized as a tax-exempt charitable organization under IRS Code Section 501(c)(3), enabling us to receive tax-deductible contributions. Our commitment to transparency and accountability is reflected in our federal tax identification number, 81-4591862. Join us in this vital movement towards a future where fibromyalgia patients everywhere receive the care and respect they deserve.




Our vision for a better fibromyalgia future includes filling in the gaps for the following:

Patient Services:

  • Patient-Centered Online Webinars 
  • Functional Medicine for Fibromyalgia
  • Teens & Young Adult Content
  • Fibromyalgia Advocates Give Back
  • Fibromyalgia Education Tour (in-person events)
  • Family & Fibromyalgia Content
  • Group Health Coaching
  • Blog and video resources
  • Awareness Month
  • Community Leaders Support Group Services
  • Community Leaders Interviews
  • Social Media Support
  • Veteran Voices For Fibromyalgia Coalition

Provider Services:

Research:

Advocacy:

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