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Providing Answers, Support and Hope in Alabama, Kentucky and Tennessee
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We offer many resources within the MidSouth area to help people with lupus and their families.

Support Groups

The LFAM offers several support groups throughout its tri-state outreach. The philosophy of LFA support groups is to provide a warm and caring environment where people with lupus, their family members, caregivers, and loved ones can share their experiences, methods of coping, and insights to living with this chronic disease.

Read more about our Support Groups and find one near you

Health Educators

Have you just been diagnosed with lupus?  Are you scared, upset, and don’t know anything about the disease your doctor just said you have?
Has your disease flared after being dormant for so long? Or do you just need to talk to someone?

Call the LFAM office at 1-877-865-8787, extension 10 to leave a message or speak to a phone counselor.  A knowledgeable, trained phone counselor will be available during the day Monday – Friday to answer any questions you may have. If your call is missed, the counselor will return your call within the next 2 business days.

Speak to a Health Educator