RA resources

Find support online

There are many places you can go for online support—discussion boards, social media sites, and information-packed websites. The great thing about going online is that you can search for information anytime you want—day or night.


You can learn about rheumatoid arthritis (RA) from leading experts. Explore different ways to work with your doctor to help manage your condition. And make connections with others who have stories like yours. You'll find there are many online resources you can take advantage of. Here are just a few of them.


Arthritis Support

This is a site where you can chat with others who have RA, post messages, or take part in online forums.


The Arthritis Foundation

This national not-for-profit organization and RA resource can provide you with programs, services, and research about more than 100 types of arthritis and related conditions.


Let's Move Together

Let's Move Together is a nationwide movement led by the Arthritis Foundation that shows people that physical movement can help with their RA symptoms. At this site, you'll find new ideas on how you can move every day. Plus there are opportunities to sign up for local Arthritis Walks in your area.


Arthritis Insight

At this site, you can read up on RA. You can also find support from others living with arthritis.


The American College of Rheumatology

The American College of Rheumatology is committed to providing the latest news in rheumatology research, practice and policy. They’ve also compiled a list of assistance programs for certain rheumatology-related drugs.


Arthritis Today—Exercise Videos and Photos

Expert-approved, step-by-step demonstrations for exercises that are designed to be safe and effective for people with arthritis.


Everyday Health—Rheumatoid Arthritis

In-depth, original information on diagnosis, management, and prevention of diseases and conditions as well as Q&A provided by Everyday Health experts —board-certified at top-tier institutions such as Harvard Medical School, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Mount Sinai Medical Center, and more.



This list of resources is provided as a convenience. Bristol-Myers Squibb does not endorse and is not responsible for information provided by third-party organizations.

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