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Ability OnLine
www.ablelink.org
E-mail: craig.mabee@ablelink.org
Tel: (416) 650-6207
Fax: (416) 650-5073
"Ability OnLine is an electronic mail system that connects young people with disabilities or chronic illness to disabled and non-disabled peers and mentors. This easy-to-use network gives "wings" to thousands of children and adolescents by removing the social barriers that can come with having a disability and illness, and by providing opportunities to form friendships, build self-confidence, exchange information, and share hope and encouragement through E-mail messages."
About Face
(800) 665-3223
http://www.interlog.com/~abtface
AboutFace is an international organization providing emotional support and information to individuals who have facial difference and their families.
Apert Support and Information Network
E-mail: apertnet@ix.netcom.com
Tel & Fax: (916) 961-1092
 
Arhinia and other craniofacial anomalies Arhinia is the absence of all or part of the nose.  Arhinia is also referred to as nasal agenesis or nasal atresia.  It is a rare craniofacial anomaly.  This page mainly focuses on congenital arhinia.
Association for the Care of Children's Health (ACCH)
www.wsd.com/acch.org
E-mail: acch@clark.net
Tel: (301) 654-6549
Fax: (301) 986-4553
The Association for the Care of Children's Health (ACCH) is a multidisciplinary membership organization of healthcare providers, family members, facility designers, teachers, child life specialists, chaplains, hospitals, and other individuals and organizations committed to improving the quality of care for children and their families through education, dissemination of resources, research, and advocacy.
Canadian Organization for Rare Disorders
Tel: (403) 345-3948
Fax: (403) 345-4544
 
Changing Faces
E-mail: info@faces.demon.co.uk
Tel: (0171) 706-4232
Fax: (0171) 706-4234
 
Cleft Palate Foundation
(800) 24-CLEFT
 
Disfigurement Guidance Center
www.timewarp.demon.co.uk/index.html
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FACES
(800) 332-2373
Fax: (423) 267-3124
 
Foundation for Nager Miller Syndromes
(800) 507-FNMS (3667)
Fax: (847) 724-6449
 
Let's Face It
Tel: (360) 676-7325
http://www.faceit.org/~letsfaceit/
For many individuals who have felt alone in the world, our support networks often represent the first opportunity to meet others who know how they feel. By sharing, caring, and supporting, we make a difference in each other's lives.
Let's Face It U.K.
http://www.letsfaceit.force9.co.uk/
You are not alone.....with the fears and worries, regardless of why or how a face is disfigured  We Understand... for we have been there and.. We survived !!
MOEBIUS SYNDROME FOUNDATION webasitehttp://www.ciaccess.com/moebius/

"Moebius Syndrome is a rare disorder characterized by lifetime facial paralysis. People with Moebius Syndrome can't smile or frown, and they often can't blink or move their eyes from side to side."

"The Moebius Syndrome Foundation is a nonprofit organization started by parents and people with Moebius Syndrome. We've come together to do what we can to fight back - by spreading the word among the medical and lay communities and by supporting research into the causes, treatments, and possible cures for Moebius Syndrome."
National Organization for Rare Disorders Inc.
www.NORD-RDB.com/~orphan
E-mail: orphan@NORD-RDB.com
Tel: (800) 999-NORD
Fax: (203) 746-6481
NORD is the only organization of its kind--a unique federation of more than 140 not-for-profit voluntary health organizations serving people with rare disorders and disabilities. Thousands of affected individuals and their families--as well as support groups, health care and human service professionals, and advocates for people with rare disorders and disabilities--rely on NORD's assistance and leadership.
Neurofibromatosis Inc.
http://members.gnn.com/NFINC/page1.htm
Tel: (301) 577-8984
Fax: (301) 577-0016
Neurofibromatosis, Inc. Homepage Support and information for those with Neurfibromatosis, Transcripts, Information, Links, A Bulletin Board, And Much, Much More!
Operation Smile
www.operationsmile.org
Tel: (757) 635-0475
Fax: (757) 626-0368
Building trust and bridging cultures, Operation Smile's mission is to bring together health professionals with the public and private sectors to provide voluntary care for developing nations and in the United States.
The Oral Cancer Information Center
www.oralcancer.org
The Oral Health Education Foundation, Inc. (OHEF) is a public nonprofit foundation based in suburban Atlanta, GA, US with the goal of improving oral health through public and professional education. OHEF administers the National Oral Cancer Awareness Program (NOCAP), an ongoing program to inform both the public and health care professionals about oral cancer and related topics.
The Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors Inc.
http://www.phoenix-society.org/
(800) 888-BURN
Fax: (215) 946-4788
An international, non-profit self-help organization helping burn survivors and their families return to happy and productive lives following injury.
The Rombergs Connection
http://www.geocities.com/HotSprings/1018/
We are a newly founded international support group for people whose lives are affected by Rombergs Syndrome.
Wide Smiles
www.widesmiles.org
E-mail: widesmiles@aol.com
Tel. and Fax: (209) 942-2872
WIDE SMILES was formed to ensure that parents of cleft- affected children do not have to feel alone. We offer support, inspiration, information and networking for families everywhere who may be dealing with the challenges associated with clefting.
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