|National Association for Continence(NAFC)|
|P.O. Box 1019|
|Phone: ||1-800-BLADDER (1-800-252-3337)|
|Phone: ||(843) 377-0900|
|Fax: ||(843) 377-0905|
|Web Address: ||www.nafc.org|
NAFC is a nonprofit national organization with a mission of consumer advocacy, education of the public, and information dissemination through collaboration and networking for the benefit of those with urinary incontinence. NAFC's booklet "Your Personal Guide to Bladder Health" can be ordered on the NAFC website.
|National Kidney and Urologic Diseases InformationClearinghouse|
|3 Information Way|
|Fax: ||(703) 738-4929|
|TDD: ||1-866-569-1162 toll-free|
|Web Address: ||http://kidney.niddk.nih.gov|
The National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearinghouse (NKUDIC), a federal agency, is a service of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK). NIDDK is part of the National Institutes of Health under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The clearinghouse provides information about diseases of the kidneys and urologic system to people with kidney and urologic disorders and to their families, to health professionals, and to the public. NKUDIC answers inquiries; develops, reviews, and distributes publications; and works closely with professional and patient organizations and government agencies to coordinate resources about kidney and urologic diseases.
|Simon Foundation for Continence|
|Phone: ||1-800-23-SIMON (1-800-237-4666)|
|Phone: ||(847) 864-3913|
|Fax: ||(847) 864-9758|
|Web Address: ||www.simonfoundation.org|
The Simon Foundation was started to provide people with incontinence a place to talk about it. The website offers information about incontinence, treatments, and personal stories from people experiencing bowel or bladder control problems.
|UrologyHealth.org, American UrologicalAssociation|
|1000 Corporate Boulevard|
|Phone: ||1-866-RING AUA (1-866-746-4282) toll-free (U.S. only)|
|Fax: ||(410) 689-3800|
|Web Address: ||www.urologyhealth.org|
UrologyHealth.org is a Web site written by urologists for patients. Visitors can find specific topics by using the "search" option.
The Web site provides information about adult and pediatric urologic topics, including kidney, bladder, and prostate conditions. You can find a urologist, sign up for a free quarterly newsletter, or click on the Urology Resource Center to find materials about urologic problems.