General Skin Disorders

Canadian Skin Patient Alliance

The CSPA is a national non-profit organization dedicated to advocate, educate and support Canadians living with skin diseases, conditions and traumas.

Our mission is to promote skin health and improve the quality of life of Canadians living with skin conditions*, diseases and traumas. We advocate for best treatment options for all skin patients; we educate on a variety of issues affecting these patients; and we support the members of our Affiliate organizations (www.canadianskin.ca/about-us/affiliates) who work specifically on their disease areas such as acne, scleroderma, melanoma and psoriasis.

Website: www.canadianskin.ca/en/
Contact: info@skinpatientalliance.ca

Canadian Association of Psoriasis Patients (CAPP)

CAPP was created by a group of psoriasis patients. Contact us today or visit our Facebook page to share your journey and meet others like you. Our goal is to get this challenging and misunderstood skin condition out into the open, and to help us all as we manage our lives with psoriasis. We also want to make sure that anyone, anywhere in Canada can get access to the treatment they need. For that we need your stories. Check out the patient stories, tell us yours, sign up for an e- newsletter at info@canadianpsoriasis.ca, for all the latest information about what’s happening in the fight to find ways to treat psoriasis.

Website: www.canadianpsoriasis.ca
Contact: info@canadianpsoriasis.ca

Eczema Society of Canada

Improving the lives of Canadians living with eczema is at the core of our mission, and our team of talented and dedicated professionals make that a reality.

Website: www.eczemahelp.ca
Contact: info@eczemahelp.ca

The EASE Program (Eczema Awareness, Support and Education Program)

The EASE Program is a community service provided through an educational grant from LEO Pharma Inc. Canada. EASE is a national, fully bilingual public education program that provides eczema sufferers, families, healthcare professionals and the general public with accurate and comprehensive information on eczema.

Website: http://www.eczemacanada.ca/
Contact: http://www.eczemacanada.ca/en/Contact-Us

International Hyperhidrosis Society

Our mission is to reduce the symptoms, anxiety, and social stigma associated with excessive sweating by improving the information, support, and treatment available to the millions (nearly 5% of the population) of children, teens, and adults affected by hyperhidrosis worldwide. As part of our mission, we promote hyperhidrosis research, educate healthcare professionals in optimal hyperhidrosis diagnosis and management, raise awareness about the condition’s emotional and economic impacts, and advocate for improved patient access to effective treatments, all while also increasing public understanding of this debilitating medical condition. We build programs that connect those who suffer from hyperhidrosis with those who provide care.

Website: https://www.sweathelp.org/index.php
Contact: info@sweathelp.org

Scleroderma Society of Canada

The Scleroderma Society of Canada serves as an advocate nationally for those affected by the disease and works collaboratively with regional scleroderma organizations and the international sclero

Website: http://www.scleroderma.ca/
Contact: info@scleroderma.ca

Rosacea Awareness Program

Established in 1995 in order to provide non-commercial information on this increasingly common, but relatively unknown skin condition that is estimated to affect 2 million Canadians.

Website: http://www.rosaceainfo.com/
Contact: rosacea@meca.ca

Women’s Health Matters

WomensHealthMatters.ca is a Canadian source for trusted, evidence-based and timely information on women’s health. Information provided on this site is created by health experts at Women’s College Hospital and is designed to support, not replace, the relationship with your healthcare provider. Read news, interviews and articles reviewed by experts at Sunnybrook and Women’s Health Sciences Centre, or join discussion groups at Le Club. Explore topics like pregnancy, sexual health, cancer, and osteoporosis. Search our Resource Database.

Website: http://www.womenshealthmatters.ca/
Contact: info@womenshealthmatters.ca