NRAS Can Help
We like to think of NRAS as your ‘one stop shop’ with a range of services which can be tailored to your specific needs. There are lots of ways we can help you – see below – and If we can’t answer your question immediately, we will go away and do the necessary research and come back to you.NRAS is backed up by a nationwide network of medical and allied health professional advisors.
The NRAS helpline is manned by three trained helpline staff supported by other members of the NRAS team.
The Helpline is open Monday - Friday, 09.30 - 16.30, and you can reach us by using our freephone helpline number 0800 298 7650
For more information about the NRAS helpline please click here
Sometimes it can be really helpful to talk to someone else who really understands what it is like to live with rheumatoid arthritis. NRAS have over 100 trained telephone support volunteers all who have been diagnosed with RA and who are available to talk to you at a mutually convenient time about whatever aspect of your RA that concerns you most.
For more information about the Volunteer Network and to arrange to speak to one of our volunteers, please click here
We have a wide range of publications for people living with rheumatoid arthritis, including information for employees, updates on drugs and booklets for those who are newly diagnosed. All publications are free of charge in the UK, however if you would like to make a small donation
or become a member
, we would be very grateful.
Please click here
to view our publications
There are many benefits from becoming a member; you will receive our magazine three times a year, have access to our members forum and more...
Please click here to join NRAS!
Please click here to see our full list of links and directories to put you in touch with other organisations who can help you.