Advocacy
Support for the patient communities we serve
As an advocate for patient access to critical care therapeutics, ASD Healthcare supports several nonprofit organizations that serve patient communities worldwide. Like ASD Healthcare, these organizations are active participants in providing exceptional services — from educational resources to fundraising for research — that improve the quality of life for persons with rare and chronic diseases. We encourage healthcare providers to share information about these advocacy groups with patients and their caregivers, knowing that support from trusted and caring sources is available.
 
alpha-1foundation.org
The Alpha-1 Foundation is dedicated to providing the leadership and resources that will result in increased research, improved health, worldwide detection and a cure for Alpha-1.
 
3300 Ponce de Leon Boulevard
Coral Gables, FL 33134
(877) 228-7321
 
DaVitaVillageTrust.org
DaVita Village Trust (DVT), an organization founded by DaVita Healthcare partners, is improving community health, wellness and vitality including chronic kidney disease education, prevention and treatment. Their programs, The Kidney TRUST and Bridge of Life, allow DVT to provide a full range of kidney care services including international medical missions, that deliver dialysis treatment to patients who would otherwise not receive care, and free-rapid screening programs to identify those who have signs of kidney impairment within the U.S. and abroad.
 
2000 16th Street
Denver, CO 80202
(888) 374-8185

 
theevanfoundation.org
The Evan’s Victory Against Neuroblastoma (EVAN) Foundation supports much-needed research on this deadly and underfunded pediatric cancer. The Foundation also sponsors wellness programs for childhood cancer patients enduring long-and-difficult stays in the hospital.
 
19308 Penrod Terrace
Germantown, MD 20874
(301) 980-0917
 
primaryimmune.org
The Immune Deficiency Foundation (IDF) is a national patient organization dedicated to improving the diagnosis, treatment and quality of life for individuals with primary immunodeficiency diseases through advocacy, education and research.
 
40 West Chesapeake Avenue, Suite 308
Townson, MD 21204
(410) 321-6647
(800) 296-4433
 
info4pi.org
JMF is a global organization devoted to early and precise diagnosis, meaningful treatments and cures of Primary Immunodeficiency – through clinical and basic research, physician education, patient support, advocacy, public awareness, and newborn screening.
 
780 Third Avenue
New York, NY 10017
(212) 819-0200
 
neuropathyaction.org
The Neuropathy Action Foundation helps neuropathy patients obtain the resources, information and tools needed to access individualized treatment that can improve their quality of life.
 
1950 Old Tustin Avenue
Santa Ana, CA 92705
(877) 512-7262
 
neuropathy.org
The Neuropathy Association provides patient support and education, advocates for patients, and supports critical research for peripheral neuropathy. It has a nationwide network of 135 support groups and 15 neuropathy centers at prominent medical institutions.
 
60 E 42nd Street, Suite 942
New York, NY 10165
(212) 692-0662
 
kelleycom.com/projectshare
Project SHARE saves lives by collecting unused or unwanted factor medicine from facilities and individuals in developed countries and donating it to patients in developing countries where factor is scarce, unavailable and unaffordable.
 
LA Kelley Communications, Inc.
37-39 West Main Street #8
Georgetown, MA 01833
(978) 352-7657
 
saveonelife.net
Save One Life offers a bridge of hope for hemophilia patients in developing countries by providing people in developed countries sponsorship opportunities for as little as $20 a month.
 
65 Central Street, Suite 204
Georgetown, MA 01833
(978) 352-7652