Learn more about RSN’s hopeful and life-enriching programs:

RSN’s hopeful and life-enriching, non-medical programs help people who have kidney disease and their families, whether they are in the early stages of the disease, are on dialysis, or have received a transplant. People we connect with come to see kidney disease in a totally different light – that although it’s difficult, it is manageable. We help them recognize the need to take control of the course and management of their illness through storytelling. Learning from another patient’s experience and shared wisdom on how to live successfully and navigate care is vital for success.

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Share Your Spare

An Illness is too demanding when you do not have hope. –Lori Hartwell

The Renal Support Network designs and implements life-enriching, educational programs and activities that empower 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.