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Chemical Sensitivity Foundation has a mission to engage in scientific, charitable, and educational activities on behalf of people with multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS). Their website features a listing of support groups as well as a listing of recommended books and videos. For more information, visit their website or e-mail email@example.com.
Cleaner Indoor Air Campaign was launched by the Invisible Disabilities Association (IDA) in 2006. IDA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that reaches around the world to people touched by chronic illness, pain, injury and disabilities. strives to educate medical facilities, businesses and churches on how to create a less threatening environment for this growing number of people. Although they may not be able to protect them from every possible harm, nor guarantee that actions will provide a fool-proof environment when out in public. However, if we all do our part, we can make a huge difference by making our facilities a more favorable haven. This website has many, many resources on Environmental Illness, Accessibility and Accommodation Resources, and Fragance and Chemical Sensitivity Resources.
MCS Referral & Resources, Inc., is a non-profit organization offering professional outreach, patient support and public advocacy devoted to the diagnosis, treatment, accommodation and prevention of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity disorders. Their website offers a wealth of information, including fact sheets, helpful resources, listings of products and books and much more. To learn more, visit their website or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
HEAL of Southern Arizona has been helping people learn how to cope with MCS since 1983. While based in Arizona, this organization's website offers information for people throughout the United States. Via their website they offer information on both preventing and living with MCS. They also offer information on how to go about accommodating a person with MCS.
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