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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Health, Public Health, Specifically Named Diseases

Mission: Our mission as the central voice in Michigan is to help prevent Lyme Disease and other Tick-Borne Disorders while helping to support research. Providing support and education to Lyme Disease patients, caregivers, Health Care Professionals and the general public. 

Target demographics: with support, education and research on Tick-Borne Diseases.

Direct beneficiaries per year: Research in Michigan, Doctor Education, Public Education

Geographic areas served: State of Michigan

Programs: Educational Lectures to Organizations/Businesses. Hosting Conferences to Educate Physicians. Supporting Research efforts. Setting up educational booths to educate the public. Setting up support groups to help patients.

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

1

Donor

Rating: 5

This organization has been a wonderful source of information and support for my struggle with Lyme Disease. They have helped me learn about the disease, and I have referred others to the site. The website is full of information, all up to date and very helpful. I am grateful and blessed to have met these folks, and to have them helping folks here in Michigan.

1

Donor

Rating: 5

Having been involved with many non profits in many different capacities, I feel I can give a fair assessment of the MLDA. The president/director is knowledgeable, organized, energetic and caring. She goes well above what would be expected and is involved on a national level. Dollar for dollar the money raised is well spent on education and prevention of Lyme Disease. It is an excellent organization! I would highly recommend support and involvement.

1

Donor

Rating: 5

I have found the MLDA to be an excellent resource to myself as a Lyme Disease victim. I have found the conferences ecspecially educational, and appreciate the fact that lay persons as well as physicians, researchers, and other professionals are highlighted, and invited. Occasionally, I am able to attend support groups which are invaluable to my mental health, as it is a chance for us to be among our peers, and encourage each other. The MLDA is deserving of any recognition it receives.