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Local Programs

Browse through this page to find the programs in your area. If you don't see a program near you, and would like to start one, please call 1 (888) NO-LUPUS or email [email protected]

    Lupus Programs by Type
    In-Person Programs

    The majority of our educational and support programs are in-person meetings. They give us a chance to meet you, plus they give you a chance to meet other members of the lupus community. Our in-person programs include:

    Digital Programs

    We know that, sometimes, coordinating a trip to an event can be a logistical nightmare. That shouldn't stop the lupus community from finding the education and support it needs. Recognizing the need for digitally accessible material, we are pleased to offer digital programs! Check out our digital programs below.

    Ask the Experts

    Several chapters of the LFA have joined together to present this year's "Ask the Experts" teleconference series. During each call, a doctor or professional will focus on and answer questions about his or her specialty. To register for the next upcoming "Ask the Experts" teleconference series, click here.

    If you would like to view past teleconference series, click here.

    Call-In Support Group

    Don't let the Ohio weather or transportation challenges keep you from the support you want. Join our monthly Call-In Support Group to access support no matter where you are. Click here to register for the next Call-In Support Group.

    TTYL (TeleTalk for Young Lupians)

    This is a teleconference chat designed specifically for adolescent patients living with lupus or living with a family member who has lupus. Click here to find out more, and to RSVP for the next talk.

    The Expert Series

    The Expert Series is a new educational video series featuring empowering presentations from leading lupus experts with a focus on helping you live well with lupus. Each month, lupus experts will offer invaluable insight on a variety of important topics, providing you with the knowledge you need to better manage the disease. New segments of The Expert Series are available on the third Thursday of every month. Click here to watch.

    Lupus Programs by Region
    Northwest Ohio

    Northwest Ohio is home to programs ranging from monthly support groups to yearly social gatherings. Browse the programs below to find a program that fits your needs. If you are having trouble deciding what program you want to attend, feel free to call 1 (888) NO-LUPUS or email [email protected] to speak with our Patient Navigator.

    Northeast Ohio

    Every year, Northeast Ohio is home to many programs, ranging from monthly support groups to yearly social gatherings. Browse the programs below to find a program that fits your needs. If you are having trouble deciding what program you want to attend, feel free to call 1 (888) NO-LUPUS or email [email protected] to speak with our Patient Navigator

    **Funded by the Ohio Commission on Minority Health

    Central Ohio

    Central Ohio is home to programs ranging from monthly support groups to yearly social gatherings. Browse the programs below to find a program that fits your needs. If you are having trouble deciding what program you want to attend, feel free to call 1 (888) NO-LUPUS or email [email protected] to speak with our Patient Navigator.

    Southwest Ohio

    Southwest Ohio is home to programs ranging from monthly support groups to yearly social gatherings. Browse the programs below to find a program that fits your needs. If you are having trouble deciding what program you want to attend, feel free to call 1 (888) NO-LUPUS or email [email protected] to speak with our Patient Navigator.

    Southeast Ohio

    We are happy to announce a brand new partnership with Ross County Community Action Commission, Inc. Lupus Optimal Health Group. The agency holds a monthly support group in Southeast Ohio. You can find out more about the group here.

    Stay tuned as we continue to develop new programs and services for Southeastern Ohio!