You can choose one of three Action for M.E. forums to access peer support and friendship:
M.E. Friends Online is open to anyone with M.E. - it doesn’t matter if you’re an Action for M.E. supporting member or not. Register by filling in the boxes on the right.
Our Young Member's Forum is open to Action for M.E. members who are under 18. As soon as your registration has been approved, you can log in using the boxes on the right.
Our Parent Member's Forum is open to Action for M.E. members who are parents, carers and guardians of young people with M.E. As soon as your registration has been approved, you can log in using the boxes on the right.
22 Aug 2017
Following discussion between elected officers, the joint Secretariat, and M.E. charity partners, the All Party Parliamentary Group on M.E. (APPG) will…... Read more >>
21 Aug 2017
With the kind permission of Emily Collingridge's family, Action for M.E. has begun selling physical copies of Severe M.E./CFS - a guide to living through…... Read more >>
18 Aug 2017
Our fundraiser of the week is Emma Dixon, who is swimming the length of Coniston Water for Action for M.E.Emma raised a fantastic £1,000 in sponsorship…... Read more >>
18 Aug 2017
The UK CFS/M.E. Research Collaborative is delighted to announce that Prof Jose Montoya will present his recent findings, linking M.E. to variations in…... Read more >>
17 Aug 2017
Less than half of UK NHS boards commission a specialist service for M.E., and Northern Ireland has no provision at all, leaving thousands of desperately…... Read more >>
16 Aug 2017
Experts in neurovirology and orthostatic intolerance take the lead at the fourth annual UK CFS/ME Research Collaborative (CMRC) conference next month,…... Read more >>