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Katrina Homer
Executive Director

American Liver Foundation
Heartland Division
6133 Rockside Road, Suite 301
Independence, OH 44131
317-635-5074 Tel
317-635-5075 Fax

American Liver Foundation
National Office

39 Broadway, Suite 2700
New York, NY 10006

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Welcome to the American Liver Foundation Heartland Division serving Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky. We provide a wide variety of services including information and referral, education programs, support groups, exciting fundraising events, and an array of volunteer opportunities.

Register Today To Be An Organ Donor At ORGANIZE!

ORGANIZE is a non-profit that aims to simplify the donor registration process by expanding the variety and number of places people can register. They've created the country's first-ever centralized registry and are now working to emphasize the need for conversations surrounding organ donation to take place among next-of-kin. Click here to register to be an organ donor!

ALF Celebrates 40 Years in the Community

2016 marks a milestone year as we celebrate our 40th Anniversary serving the liver community. Learn more about what we have planned here!

Please Visit Our New Online Hepatic Encephalopathy Resource Today!


Support the ALF through workplace giving programs

The American Liver Foundation (ALF) is a proud member of the Community Health Charities (CHS) and Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) of Indiana. Please direct your contributions to the ALF to help the 30 million Americans who are currently living with liver disease.

CFC # 17391

The United Way Campaign will also allow you to direct your contributions to the ALF if you make a specific request on your contribution form.


Heartland Staff Introduction- Colleen Slattery----
Posted on August 26th 2016
Learn more about our division's new Event Coordinator, Colleen Slattery, and help welcome her to the American Liver Foundation.

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Cleveland Clinic's 52nd Annual Gastroenterology Update

7:00am, November 5th, 2016

Advances in diagnosis and treatment of gastrointestinal (GI) disorders challenge GI practitioners to remain up-to-date on the most current data. This course addresses recent developments in the fields of inflammatory bowel disease and hepatology, and offers a comprehensive review of all areas of gastroenterology Through this offering, the Cleveland Clinic strives to better inform health care practitioners regarding gastrointestinal diseases and treatment, knowledge that will, in turn, improve the quality of care for their patients.

Ask the Experts: Pediatric Liver Patient Education - Directions

6:00pm, December 8th, 2016

A panel of experts will present four topics related to pediatric liver disease, and a Q&A session will follow each presentation. Free for patients, caregivers, and healthcare providers.

Liver Life Challenge- Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend

January 4th, 2017

From the moment you become part of our team to the moment you cross the finish line, the Liver Life Challenge provides an unforgettable experience at the Walt Disney World® Marathon Weekend. You’ll achieve your fitness goals and help those with liver disease — so they can create moments of their own.

Can't make it to an event? Make a Difference is a new way to take action in the fight against liver disease. Garage sale, bowling tournament, personal challenge-whatever the fundraising idea, we can provide you with the tools to make it happen. Learn more by clicking here!

Volunteer With Us!

Help those who are affected by liver disease and make friends at the same time. The Heartland Division and our local liver disease communities rely on your support.

Contact our office to learn more about current opportunities.