Sometimes, all you need is someone to talk to. Another parent. A trusted nurse. Another person who knows what it's like to have sickle cell disease.
Other times, you need answers. How can I deal with the pain? Are there any new treatments available? What does the future hold?
For people and families who are living with sickle cell disease and trait, it's good to know that free or low-cost help is available. The Northwest Sickle Cell Collaborative is a statewide network of care providers who are working together to offer comprehensive, up-to-date resources to make your lives better through:
To get involved or to learn more, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-987-NWSC (6972).