People with kidney disease and transplant recipients are at higher risk from COVID-19.
The NKFM seeks to empower people with kidney disease through programs and services.
The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan offers a wide variety of programs and services that help people with kidney disease learn about their disease, support family members, and receive services when necessary. Our core programs and services include Peer Mentoring, Kidney PATH, Kids Camp, an 800 number for resources and support, an emergency fund, medical ID tags, a CKD intern program, and the Swartz/Ferriter Scholarship. These programs and services educate and empower caregivers and people living with any stage of kidney disease, from pre-dialysis to those with a transplant, to live a healthy life despite their kidney disease. View the 2017-2018 Annual Report of Key Indicators to see how we have been serving people in Michigan.