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Get the help and support you need. AAFA is here to help you.

You are not alone! We can connect you with others in your local community and online. You can also call our free helpline or ask an allergist your questions.

Where Can I Find Support for Patients and Caregivers?

  • Join the AAFA Online Community for Asthma and Allergic Diseases
    Read our blog, take polls, share photos, sign up for our webinars and keep current with asthma and allergy research. Most importantly, you can connect with others who manage asthma, allergies and allergic skin conditions for information and moral support.
  • Join the Black Women’s Asthma Alliance community on Facebook
    The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) acknowledges that Black women face the greatest challenges when it comes to asthma care. To help address these challenges, AAFA created the Black Women’s Asthma Alliance, a private Facebook group for Black women and their caregivers who live with asthma. This group provides a supportive and educational community to ask questions, learn more about asthma care, and meet others. Join us at
  • Join our Kids with Food Allergies online community
    Read our blog, take polls, share photos, sign up for our webinars and keep current with allergy recalls. Most importantly, you can connect with other parents raising children with food allergies for information and moral support. You can also get help with recipes and food ideas for your children.
  • Follow AAFA National on FacebookTwitterInstagramYouTubeTikTok, and Pinterest!
    Stay up to date on hot topics about asthma and allergies.
  • Follow Kids with Food Allergies Facebook on social media! FacebookTwitterInstagramYouTubeTikTok, and Pinterest!
    Get daily updates on hot topics about food allergies and anaphylaxis.
  • Contact AAFA
    Connect with our information specialists to get prompt answers to questions you need to be answered. Our services are available Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. ET except U.S. holidays.
  • Do you have a question that an allergist can answer for you? You can use our free Ask the Allergist service and get an answer to your question from a board-certified allergist.

In life-threatening situations, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
If you have thoughts of suicide or self-harm, or if you are in emotional distress, call or text 988 to connect with a trained counselor.

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AAFA is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with asthma and allergic diseases. Our community is here for you 24/7. You can connect with others who understand what it is like to live with asthma and allergies. You're not alone.