Epilepsy Foundation Of Greater Chicago

Rating: 4.14 stars   14 reviews

Nonprofit Issues:

Mental Health, Health


17 North State Street Suite 650 Chicago IL 60602 USA


The Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Chicago leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure, and overcome challenges created by epilepsy.

Target demographics:

Individuals with epilepsy, their families, and their friends

Geographic areas served:

Chicagoland and 43 northern and central Illinois counties


"Care and Counseling," "Parent Link," "Friends Helping Friends," "Advocacy Through Education," "Support Group Network," "Seizure Smart Diet," "Shining Stars," "Camp Blackhawk," "Studio E," "Interpretations Writing Initiative," "Community Epilepsy Clinics," "Operation Outreach," "Employment Services," and "Continuing Frontline Research"

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Reviews for Epilepsy Foundation Of Greater Chicago

Rating: 5 stars  

1 person found this review helpful

I am Director of the Comprehensive Epilepsy Program at Cadence Health and have worked with the EFA of Chicago for many years. This organization has served a pivotal role in the care of countless people. Epilepsy is medical condition that often carries signficant social challenges and the EFA has been there to help with their support. I regularly provide an abundance of material that the Foundation provides to my patients and direct them frequently to the Foundation's resources. The many support groups the EFA has throughout Chicago land offer easy access for people with epilepsy to find additional support. The EFA also has been a consistent provider of educational initiatives to consumers through northest Il.

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