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Youth Mentor Program

Are you seeking support and guidance to help you or your child navigate life with alopecia areata? If you are interested in being paired with a mentor or becoming a mentor, click below!

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Advocate for Change

Meet with your elected officials as a Legislative Liaison, or researchers as a Health and Research Ambassador. Guide your destiny, and have fun while doing it. We’ll show you how!

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Find Support

There’s strength in numbers. NAAF’s national network of support groups and phone contacts offer another way to create a sense of community — no matter where you live.

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Get Advice

Get tips and advice for women and men — like applying makeup, shaving your scalp and caring for synthetic and natural hairpieces — that have been found useful by people who have alopecia areata.

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Alopecia Areata and COVID-19

In these uniquely challenging and isolating times, we want to assure our support for you and the entire community affected by alopecia areata.
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Shop for products and accessories

Find eyelashes, eyebrows, hairpieces, scarves and hats to help cover bare patches or address total hair loss. You can also find supportive books written by others with alopecia areata here. When you shop the vendors in our Alopecia Areata Marketplace, just mention "NAAF" each time at checkout and they’ll donate 10% of your purchase to NAAF.
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What’s happening in your community

The 36th Annual National Alopecia Areata Foundation International Conference
Jun 25, 2021, 9:00AM PDT to Jun 27, 2021, 1:00PM PDT
Manhattan, NY Virtual Support Meeting
Jun 28, 2021, 5:00PM EDT
Philadelphia, PA Virtual Support Meeting
Jun 29, 2021, 6:00PM EDT
St Louis, MO Virtual Support Meeting
Jul 10, 2021, 9:00AM CDT
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Register Now

The 36th Annual NAAF Conference, Lunapecia, June 25, 26 and 27, 2021, will be a celebration of all we’ve been able — and are going — to accomplish as an alopecia areata family. There’s plenty of work to do, but this family will get it done in ’21.

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