Autoimmune Association

Autoimmune Association

Address: 19176 Hall Road, Suite 130, Clinton Township , Michigan, United States, 48038



Phone: (586) 776-3900

The Autoimmune Association is dedicated to the eradication of autoimmune diseases and the alleviation of suffering and the socioeconomic impact of autoimmunity through fostering and facilitating collaboration in the areas of education, public awareness, research, and patient services in an effective, ethical and efficient manner.

How we do it?

The Autoimmune Association office is in Eastpointe, Michigan just outside of Detroit. We are a small, dedicated team and we work hard to achieve our mission. Every patient matters to us. Every donation is treated with the utmost respect, and we greatly appreciate contributions in every size and shape.

Our office space was once a physician’s office. Where patients once were treated, we now work to ensure autoimmune patients have the resources and knowledge for their own treatments as well as advance awareness and research into autoimmune diseases.

  • We help autoimmune disease patients all over the world by connecting them to resources and information
  • We hold awareness walks around the country throughout the year
  • Our Facebook page has the latest on research and other autoimmune disease news

Why we do it?

Ask anyone with an autoimmune disease, and they will tell you how frustrating it is.

With over a hundred autoimmune diseases, impacting approximately one in five people, you more than likely know several people fighting against one or more autoimmune disease. Right from the beginning when trying to get a diagnosis, patients can often be seen by multiple doctors and specialists over the course of several years before starting treatment and getting relief from their disease. Then comes the battle of fighting a chronic illness, and the costs associated with adequate care. This is unacceptable. The Autoimmune Association’s goal is to increase research by scientists for better advancements in the autoimmunity field, and to increase awareness of autoimmune diseases themselves, so that diagnoses are made quicker.

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