American Council for Headache Education (USA)
The American Council for Headache Education (ACHE) is a non-profit patient-health professional partnership dedicated to advancing the treatment and management of headache and to raising the public awareness of headache.
This site provides information about migraine for those affected by migraine, for researchers, health professionals, and support staff.
This site provides information about migraine and is a nonprofit organization dedicated to funding migraine research in the United States
City of London Migraine Clinic (UK)
The Clinic is a registered Medical Charity working in conjunction with St Bartholomew's Hospital to provide advice on the management and treatment of migraine.
The clinic also undertakes research into the causes and better treatment of migraine.
The Migraine Action Association (formerly the British Migraine Association) is a registered charity with over 17,000 members.
The Association aims to bridge the gap between the migraine sufferer and the medical world by providing information
on all aspects of the condition and its management.
Migraine Association of Ireland
This site provides information, support and reassurance to headache and migraine sufferers in Ireland.
The Association also supports research into migraine.
M.A.G.N.U.M., The National Migraine Association (USA)
MAGNUM: Migraine Awareness Group: A National Understanding for Migraineurs, was created to increase public of migraine and to assist
migraine sufferers, their families, and coworkers.
This comprehensive site has been established by a cluster headache sufferer. The patron of OUCH (UK) is Professor Peter Goadsby.
Painaustralia is a national not-for-profit network of health care, consumer and related organisations. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for people with pain and their families, and to minimise the burden of pain on individuals and the community, by facilitating implementation of the National Pain Strategy.
Carers Australia works with the Carers Associations in each of the states and territories to deliver carer programs and services and advocate on behalf of all carers.
The Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM)
A not-for-profit medical college established in 1982, offering postgraduate training and education for healthcare professionals in Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (NEM), membership, Fellowship and a popular referral service for members of the public.