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Whether you’re an individual with facial pain, a caretaker, or a physician, FPA is dedicated to making sure that you have all the support and resources necessary to spread the word and get help. From our quarterlies to our conferences and everything in between, here’s some of the resources we offer:

Support Groups and Telephone Support

Members of the volunteer FPA Support Network provide support and information that empowers those who deal with facial pain to make informed decisions about treatment of TN and related facial pain conditions. Learn more about our international and US support groups here.

Facebook Network

Our Facebook Forum allows you to chat with others who also have experience with various forms of facial pain. You can talk about issues you might be having while coping with facial pain, speak with those who have remedies for pain, or just sympathize and encourage others who are going through the same thing. Sign up and join the discussion here.

Contact Us

We have a dedicated call center that accepts phone calls from Monday through Friday from 9am-5pm EST. If you need assistance or support, please call 800-923-3608352-384-3600, or email us at info@tna-support.org to speak to the FPA Coordinator of Patient Services. If you don’t reach us, please leave a detailed message so that we can get back to you as soon as possible. Find more ways to reach us here.


Every year, FPA hosts various conferences across the country. These conferences are great avenues for individuals with facial pain from all over to meet each other and learn from medical professionals about the options they might have in order to feel better. At each of our conferences, we update you on the newest developments with facial pain and various treatment options, as well as give you an opportunity to meet others who are going through the same thing. See if there’s an upcoming conference in your area here.

News Wire

Sign up for the most up-to-date news on the Facial Pain Association, trigeminal neuralgia, and facial pain in general. Learn more and sign up here.