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Health Conditions

If you are living with one of the following health conditions, these resources can help you to find support groups, specialized care, and so much more.

Chronic Pain

Chronic Pain can affect all parts of your life, including sleep and mental health. The following resources can help you, or a loved one, suffering from chronic pain find support in the community.

See the glossary for descriptions of all categories


Pain Center of Arizona

1704 W. Anklam Rd., Ste. 108
Tucson, AZ 85745

(623) 516-8252

https://www.thepaincenter.com/locations/az/tucson/a-mountain

description
Pain Center of Arizona provides pain management for all types of pain such as back, neck, leg, joint, chronic pain, cancer pain, and more.

service area
Tucson

Pima Council on Aging (PCOA)

Healthy Living Classes

8467 E. Broadway Blvd.
Tucson, AZ 85710

(520) 305-3410

https://www.pcoa.org/ways-we-help/healthy-living-classes.html/

description
PCOA provides healthy living classes and workshops that include enhanced fitness, a matter of balance, healthy living with ongoing health conditions, healthy living with diabetes, and healthy living with chronic pain.

Enhanced Fitness is a one-hour class held three times a week that focuses on increasing your strength, endurance, balance, and flexibility.

A Matter of Balance is a class where you learn environmental and behavioral changes that reduce your risk of falling in eight two-hour sessions.

Healthy Living with Ongoing Health Conditions consists of six, two-and-half-hour workshops that teach practical skills to help you manage the daily challenges of living with chronic health conditions.

Healthy Living with Diabetes consists of six, two-and-half-hour workshops that teach techniques to assist individuals and their caregivers about living with type two diabetes.

Healthy Living with Chronic Pain consists of six, two-and-half our workshops that teach how to deal with primary and secondary chronic pain.

For class and workshop times and locations, please visit our Aging Mastery Program website.

service area
Tucson

business hours
M - F 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

costs
Visit our Aging Mastery website for more information.

U. S. Pain Foundation, Inc.

Pain Connection and National Coalition of Chronic Pain Providers and Professionals,

6105 E. Grant Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85712-5828

(800) 910-0664

Fax: (800) 910-6951

http://www.uspainfoundation.org

description
The U.S. Pain Foundation, Inc., is a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to serving those who live with pain conditions and their care providers. We are here to help individuals find resources and inspiration. The Awareness programs are Invisible Project, Pain Ambassador Network, Pain Awareness Month, Advocacy Network, People with Pain Matter, and Medical Cannabis Program. Educational programs are: Take Control Of Your Pain, Learn about Your Pain, Pain Medicine 411, National Coalition of Chronic Pain Providers &








The U.S. Pain Foundation, Inc., is a 501 (c)3 non-profit
an organization dedicated to serving those who live with pain conditions and their care providers. We are here to help individuals find resources and inspiration. The Awareness programs are: Invisible Project, Pain Ambassador
Network, Pain Awareness Month, Advocacy Network, People with Pain Matter and
Medical Cannabis Program. Educational programs are: Take Control Of Your
Pain, Learn about Your Pain, Pain Medicine 411, National Coalition of Chronic
Pain Providers & Professionals (NCCPPP) and #KNOWvember. Support programs are Pain Connection, Pediatric Pain Warriors, and Veterans in Pain.
Fundraising programs are Real Hope, Real Heroes Gala, Triumph Over Pain walks, Points for Pain, and Fight Gone Bad.

Pain Connection services include: monthly support groups for people with
chronic pain and their families, one-on-one peer support, Pain Connection
Live Conference Calls, Building Your Toolbox video conferencing program,
Filling the Gaps in Pain Care (FIG) an eight-week program designed for people
with pain and their families to improve their ability to manage chronic pain
more effectively, the publication of “Making the Invisible Visible: Chronic Pain
Manual for Health Care Providers”, Training of Trainers, September Pain
Awareness Month events, National Coalition of Chronic Pain Providers &
Professionals (NCCPPP) a network of health providers, professionals, and
organizations dedicated to serving the chronic pain community, information
and referrals, community outreach, and education, newsletter, and website.

During COVID-19, all our programs are either by conference calls or video conferencing. Pain Connection Live conference calls are held five times per month that your patients can utilize without leaving their homes. It is a
support group on the phone with people participating from across the nation and internationally. The calls last an hour, and the last 15 minutes are saved for breathing and guided imagery techniques. Please look at http://www.painconnection.org.
These calls are free.







service area
Tucson

business hours
M - F 10-5

costs
Most of our programs are free. There are fees for “Making the Invisible Visible: Chronic Pain Manual for Health Care Providers” and Filling the Gaps in Pain Care: 8 week program for people with chronic pain and their significant others.

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