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Renal Support Network (RSN) empowers people who have kidney disease to become knowledgeable about their illness, proactive in their care, hopeful about their future and make friendships that last a lifetime.

Surviving & Thriving: A life-long Kidney Journey

Like Lori Hartwell, Jessica Frysz’s journey with kidney disease has been a life-long experience. Diagnosed at 11 months old, Jessica was on dialysis by...


Monthly Support Group Meetings
4th Sunday of the Month (excluding some holidays)

Support Group meetings are open to people who have kidney disease and their family members. Next Support Group Meeting:
February 24, 2019
2:30 pm – 4:30 pm PT.

Now at Studio Hope!
621 East Glenoaks Blvd. #B Glendale, CA 91207

Studio HOPE
621 East Glenoaks Blvd. #B,  Glendale, CA 91207 

Craft Days and Shopping at Studio Hope
Check back for dates.

26th Annual Patient Education & Lifestyle Meeting
September 2019 (To Be Announced)

21st Annual Renal Teen Prom
Sunday, January 19, 2020 6:00pm – 11:00pm

Renal Recipe-Orange Flavored Coffee

Orange Flavored Coffee

Treat your holiday guests (and yourself) to something special after dinner with our orange flavored coffee recipe. Servings: 20 Serving Size: 2 round teaspoons Ingredients 1/2 cup instant...
Renal Recipe-Honey Garlic Chicken

Honey Garlic Chicken

Serves 4 Serving Size 1/4 roasting chicken (about 1 pound) Ingredients 4 pound roasting chicken 1/2 cup honey 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1/2 teaspoon black pepper 1 tablespoon olive oil Directions 1. Preheat...


Amgen - Renal Support Network Sponsor

Support the Renal Teen Prom or all of RSN’s Programs with a donation or personal fundraiser.

kidney disease support phone line - Hope and help answering all your questions about living well with kidney disease.
Peer Support from Someone
Who’s Been There.
(800) 579-1970

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Live&Give News Magazine
Fall/Winter 2018 Issue

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Thriving on Dialysis

Katherine Soto has been on dialysis for 20 years. She decided early on that she would dialyze to live, not live to dialyze. Katherine’s...