About INvisible Display

About INvisible Project Displays

At an INvisible Project event, attendees view firsthand the photographs of our courageous participants. The displays are arranged throughout the room so viewers can move about learning more about different pain conditions while also being moved by the profound photographs.

During our patient-education INvisible Project events, patients hear engaging speakers, connect with others enduring similar experiences and meet organizations dedicated to helping them obtain proper care and receive help. Seeing the INvisible Project can be life changing and life affirming for a person with pain.

Here are some comments we have received about this project:

Now I don’t feel alone.

I exchanged email addresses and phone numbers with people I just met who understand me.

I discovered how to better manage my pain, and I have tools that will help me take an active role in the treatment process. I cannot believe I learned about new therapies that I never knew existed.

I feel heard and recognized.

I have hope that society will finally understand, and I can gain relief.

Pain may be a part of me, but I am not going to let it control me; I can fight back.

The INvisible Project hopes to see you soon at a future event.

As a program of U.S. Pain Foundation, the INvisible Project not only honors and recognizes our participants, but also the 100 million Americans afflicted with pain. It accurately illustrates the struggles of those living with chronic pain and medical conditions while also educating the public and providing hope and inspiration.

The mission of U.S. Pain is simple: to inform, empower and advocate on behalf of the pain community. In order to continue to expand our programs and mission, we rely on funding and grants. While we will never ask those with pain for money, we appreciate each and every donation we receive. Every dollar goes to the cause – making sure those impacted by pain receive validation, obtain credible information and gain access to proper medical care.

U.S. Pain Foundation is a 501 (c)3 non-profit tax exempt organization. Our federal ID # is 26-2703521. Thank you for supporting our efforts to make a difference through story and photography.





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U.S. Pain Foundation, Inc
670 Newfield Street, Suite B
Middletown, CT 06457

Call: (800) 910-2462