The 12 national CSF Regions in the United States are composed of one or more local Chapters. Each Chapter seeks to: educate the medical, allied sciences, and lay community about these disorders, increase awareness, raise important funds for programs and research, and provide support.
Each Chapter should strive to:
Hold at least 3 meetings per year either for support and/or educational purposes. This will include local support meetings and distribution of CSF-provided educational materials to the local community. Participate annually in CSF's unite@night. Each Chapter is responsible for setting up a unite@night walk, big or small, either with an organized unite@night Group Walk, or an individual Solo Walk. More information on unite@night here.
You can start a CSF Chapter in your own local area! Contact Cathy Poznik at cpoznik@CSFinfo.org to learn more about how to get started!