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It is important to remember that you are not alone in your brain tumor diagnosis. Whether you're newly diagnosed with a brain tumor or caring for someone navigating the brain tumor journey, the American Brain Tumor Association is here to provide answers. Our well-trained professionals are available to provide care consultations by phone or by email, and will help you find the specific information, resources and tools that meet your needs.

There are several ways to reach us:
Call our CareLine.
800-886-ABTA (2282)
Available Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. central time


Send us a message through our CareLine Email.
Prefer to reach us via email?  Send us a message at
Emails are answered within 24 business hours. 
Send us a fax.
Fax us at 773-577-8738 and your message will be answered within 24 business hours.


Request information using our online form.
Click here to complete our secure online form to request information by mail.


Are you a brain tumor patient, survivor, or caregiver looking for one-on-one support?
ABTA CommYOUnity™ Connect pairs brain tumor patients, survivors, and caregivers with Mentors who have been through a similar situation.
Request a Mentor.


The ABTA’s new Brain Tumor Support Group Facilitator Training Program provides tools for clinical and nonclinical support group leaders to meet the unique needs and challenges of brain tumor patients and caregivers in communities nationwide.