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Our Funding Priorities
Atlanta Neuroscience Foundation (ANF) was created with the goal of bringing neurological care to rural Georgians. With support from Tanner Health System and the Multiple Sclerosis Center of Atlanta, our philanthropy supports a range of neurological programs, research projects, and quality-of-life-care for both rural Georgians and beyond.
Learn more about our funding priorities, and if you'd like to support our mission, donate today.
Patient Support Fund
Residents of rural areas and those who do not have insurance face financial challenges when they need neurological care. ANF will support the costs of patient care, such as medication and treatment. Our number one priority is that no patient is denied care because of financial obstacles. Work with us to help alleviate the burden of medical costs.
Update Diagnostic Equipment
Technology is a key component of neurological care, yet many in rural areas are unable to access the latest technology. We fund new and updated diagnostic equipment, including neuroimaging machines.
Reach Rural Communities
Did you know that more than 50 percent of Georgians are unable to access neurological healthcare? We're working with our partners MSCA and Tanner to bring life-saving healthcare to under-served communities across our state. One way we do so is through expanding telehealth services, but we also work on research, education, and patient outcomes.
Grow Team of Care Counselors
A critically important part of any neurological program is establishing a network of community and national care counselors. Care counselors provide education, support, and consistency for patients throughout their journey. ANF is dedicated to growing this essential component of neurological healthcare. Care counselors help patients and their caregivers navigate health care services, insurance, social security, and more.
Help Fund Our Goals!
When you support the Atlanta Neuroscience Foundation, you're funding new research, education, and treatment options for a range of neurological disorders, including epilepsy, Parkinson's, and Alzheimer's. For more information about our funding priorities, reach out to us today.