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Artículo 12_ Recursos disponibles para hispanos con enfermedad hepática crónica en Estados Unidos

Resources Available To Hispanics With Chronic Liver Disease In The U.S.

Greetings once again! In our journey of care and support toward healthy living with chronic liver disease, it is important to know what resources and support are available. In the United States, there are organizations and programs dedicated to providing information, assistance and community to those living with this condition. In this article, we will explore the resources and support available in the United States to help people with chronic liver disease get the support and information they need to face their situation with confidence and strength.

American Liver Foundation (American Liver Foundation)

The American Liver Association is a national nonprofit organization that provides trusted chronic liver disease information, educational resources, community support, and patient advocacy. Its website (www.liverfoundation.org) offers a wide range of resources, including informational brochures, webinars, online support groups, and a toll-free consultation helpline.

 

National Institute Of Diabetes And Digestive And Kidney Diseases (NIDDK).

The NIDDK, part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), provides up-to-date information and resources on chronic liver disease. Its website (www.niddk.nih.gov) offers free publications, ongoing research, clinical trials, and educational tools to help understand and manage liver disease.

 

Local Support Organizations

At the local level, many communities have organizations dedicated to providing support for people with chronic liver disease. These organizations may offer in-person or online support groups, education programs, community events and additional resources. Search your area and nearby communities to find local organizations that can provide specific support.

 

Health Care Professionals

Health care professionals, such as hepatologists, gastroenterologists and nutritionists, are valuable resources in the management of chronic liver disease. These specialists can provide personalized information and advice, as well as referrals to other available resources and programs.

 

Online Support Groups

The Internet offers a wide range of online support groups where people with chronic liver disease can connect with other individuals who share similar experiences. These groups offer a safe space to share, get advice and provide emotional support. Examples include Inspire (www.inspire.com) and DailyStrength (www.dailystrength.org).

 

Remember, each person is unique and the resources and support you need may vary. Don’t hesitate to explore multiple sources and find what best suits your individual needs. Always consult with health professionals for specific, personalized advice.

 

Together, Toward A Healthy Life

In the United States, there is a wide range of resources and support available for people with chronic liver disease. National organizations such as the American Liver Association and the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, as well as local support groups and online communities, can provide information, education and emotional support on this journey to liver health. Be sure to take advantage of these resources and connect with others who can understand and support your experience. Together, we are on the road to a healthy and fulfilling life with chronic liver disease.

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