U.S. Pain is a national nonprofit that provides free programs and services to empower, educate, connect, and advocate for individuals—including kids—living with chronic illnesses and serious injuries that cause pain. The U.S. Pain Foundation believes that disease-state and patient-focused education is fundamental in helping improve patient-provider relationships, increasing positive treatment management outcomes, and ensuring families are more connected to the health care system. In fact, it is through information that kids can start to find their new normal and tools to better manage pain. The Pediatric Pain Warrior program helps address the unmet needs of these families. Kids living with pain and their families face a unique set of challenges—everywhere from the doctor’s office to the classroom. With limited options available for children, this subset population within the chronic pain community is vastly underserved and under-recognized. The Pediatric Pain Warrior program offers kids and their families: Online and in-person educational events Peer support groups for teens, young adults, and parents Family summer camp Downloadable and print resources Community network The program’s overall goal: for families to feel empowered and equipped with resources and support while kids feel understood.