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Elusive Lupus Virtual Support Group

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Elusive Lupus Virtual Support Group

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Elusive Lupus Support Group of Elk Grove for Women of Color (W.O.C.) where you can:

  • Be a part of a supportive environment
  • Receive ideas
  • Learn- From each other & from professionals
  • Meet people who are living with the same illness
  • Bring members of your support circle
  • Discover ways to live your best life with new norms
  • Know that your experiences are important and confidential

We will meet the first Wednesday of each month from 6:00- 7:30pm.

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Organizer Lupus Foundation of Northern California

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With a mission to improve lives impacted by lupus, the Lupus Foundation of Northern California has served the Northern California lupus community for almost 40 year. The Lupus Foundation of Northern California was founded as the Bay Area Lupus Foundation in 1978 by Jo Dewhirst. Jo was elected to be the first Chairperson  of the Board and served in this position from 1978 - 1982. She was hired by the Board to be the first Executive Director of the Foundation and held this position from 1982 - 2009.

Dedicated to serving an ethnically and economically diverse population and to providing the widest possible access to services, the Lupus Foundation of Northern California offers programs designed to meet both social and educational needs of patients and their families in English and Spanish, both in-person and online.Focused on those living with lupus as well as on research and advocacy to find a cure, we are proud to be the voice of the northern California lupus community of patients, families, friends and caregivers. Our Mission is  to be a premier source of information on lupus by providing programs and services designed to educate and increase the knowledge of those affected by lupus, promote lupus awareness, and support external lupus research efforts.

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