It’s important to know that there are 1 billion people in the world with migraine and you are not alone.

Finding your community among other people who are affected by migraine may help you

Talking about your experiences with others may help you open up about the impact migraine has on your life and get the treatment, assistance, and care you need to successfully manage your migraine.

Not sure how to connect to the migraine community?

Miles for Migraine

is an advocacy group that hosts competitive races to raise money and awareness for migraine research.

American Migraine Foundation

is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of research and awareness surrounding migraine.

National Headache Foundation

wants to achieve awareness, advocacy, education and research for headache disorders, including migraine.


online community and resources for patients with migraine.

Alliance for Headache Disorders Advocacy

is a legislative advocacy for people with headache disorders, including migraine at the local and national level.

Migraine Again

is a community for people with migraine and frequent headaches where people can find the most effective migraine and headache relief solutions for more migraine-free days.

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Joining a migraine support group over social media may help you build a community locally. A few groups on Facebook include:

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