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FACES: The National Craniofacial Association
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Be a contact for other families
If you would like to volunteer to be listed as a contact for new parents of babies born with a particular craniofacial disorder, please let us know by calling FACES at 800-332-2373. Your words of wisdom and experience can be so helpful to other families who are making the "unplanned journey" down the roads you have already traveled.

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FACES quarterly newsletter is mailed to approximately 20,000 homes, hospitals, social workers, businesses, schools, and libraries. Our readers love to read personal stories of the accomplishments of others. You may mail your stories and pictures to FACES; P. O. Box 11082; Chattanooga, TN 37401 or email them to lynne@faces-cranio.org

Share helpful resources you have found
The number of resources dedicated to helping those with craniofacial disorders is rapidly growing. Let us know if there has been a resource you have found to be particularly helpful so that we can share these through our web site and newsletter. We will also be happy to publicize information about resources that you have started yourself in order to assist other families. Some of the best resources we know of were started by mothers of children with craniofacial problems who were determined to share the information and knowledge that was so hard for them to obtain.

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