NPF In Your Area: Florida West Coast Division

Painful, disabling, uncomfortable and embarrassing: Psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis impact the lives of millions of Americans. Nearly 500,000 people in Florida have psoriasis and another 146,000 have psoriatic arthritis. For these Floridians and everyone else across the U.S. struggling with psoriasis or psoriatic arthritis, we must find a cure.

The priority of the National Psoriasis Foundation Florida West Coast Division is to give people the information and services they need to take control of their psoriasis and/or psoriatic arthritis, while increasing research to find a cure. If you or someone you love is affected by psoriasis or psoriatic arthritis, join us to stop these devastating diseases.

More Than Skin Deep

Managing your psoriatic disease can be a lot like putting together a very difficult jigsaw puzzle. Let us help you fit together the pieces of disease management options at our annual education event, More Than Skin Deep where we will talk about disease management tips and what treatments are on the horizon. To learn more and to register, visit

Team NPF Walk in Tampa

After receiving rave reviews on the location last fall, we will be back at Al Lopez Park on Saturday, October 29, for the 2016 Team NPF Walk in Tampa. Both a one-mile and 5K walk route will be available. Awards for the Best Team T-shirt and Best Team Costume will be awarded during the closing ceremonies. Register today at

Get Involved

We're looking for dedicated volunteers to help with events, serve on our local leadership committee, and advocate for a cure.

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Make a Donation

Support the Florida West Coast Division with a donation. Your generosity will help us improve the lives of the thousands of Floridians living with psoriasis and/or psoriatic arthritis.

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Contact Us

Deborah Barnard
Associate Director of Field Operations
800-723-9166, ext. 410


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