We are on a mission to save lives through early detection, education and patient support
Learning that your kidneys are not working as well as they should can be daunting. We’ll provide support through our support groups, coaching and assistance programs.
BENEFITS OF SUPPORT GROUPS
Our support groups work with those affected by a similar disease or condition and meet on a regular basis to exchange mutual support and discuss how to better cope with their diagnosis/disease. Studies have shown that support groups provide mental health benefits as well as knowing someone can relate to what you are experiencing.
Here are some of the benefits of participating in one of our groups:
- Feeling less lonely, isolated or judged
- Reducing distress, depression, anxiety or fatigue
- Talking openly and honestly about your feelings
- Improving skills to cope with challenges
- Staying motivated to manage chronic conditions or stick to treatment plans
- Gaining a sense of empowerment, control or hope
- Improving understanding of a disease and your own experience with it
- Getting practical feedback about treatment options
- Learning about health, economic or social resources
TKF proudly offers internal and external assistance programs. Click below to see our full list of compiled resources:
Veterans returning from active duty face a unique set of challenges – especially if they have been injured. Following years of service and the resulting wear and tear on the body and mind, it is not uncommon for veterans to require assistance with activities of daily living. Fortunately for veterans and their caregivers, there are assisted living options that can help make the long-term care process smoother for all involved.
Serves patients who have no form of health insurance and meet income requirements based on the Federal Poverty Level.
Low-income households may qualify for assistance with home energy bills, weatherization and more.
MemoryCare.com’s mission is to support older adults living with memory impairment and their families by using the latest, data-driven research and collaborating with memory care experts to provide resources that are accessible to all who are in need.
Three primary care clinics that address the medical, dental, and social service needs of people who cannot afford health insurance and who do not qualify for federal or state programs that would provide such care.
Program to reduce the financial disincentives to living organ donation.
Search this comprehensive directory to find services related to aging, disabilities, caregiving, Alzheimer’s, and more.
Offers one-on-one counseling and assistance to people with Medicare and their families regarding eligibility and coverage.