June is National Migraine and Headache Awareness Month (MHAM)
Join us to raise awareness, address stigma and build a stronger community of advocates for the headache, migraine and cluster disease communities.
Learn more about our MHAM activities and how you can be involved.
The Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation was established in March 2016 to increase public awareness of migraine disease and its impact on patients, their families, and society.
Share Your Voice
More than 38 million people in the United States have migraine disease – 12% of the population
“Within the Danielle Byron Henry Foundation, there is hope for those who feel hopeless and misunderstood. There could be no greater mission for a foundation than that.” Migraine Patient
Danielle Byron Henry
A light that still shines bright
To tell the story of Danielle Byron Henry is to tell a story of family, love, pain, courage, and legacy.
In the INvisible Project: 2019 Migraine edition, learn about the Danielle Byron Henry Foundation that her family started in her honor to “Shine Her Light” on migraine.
Shine Her Light
The stories of four individuals in our community who have migraine disease. Dan Henry, M.D. discusses our current programs and why we are so passionate about raising awareness of migraine disease and providing support and access to treatment.
Thank you to Sam and Aron Prigg of White Rabbit Productions and to those who participated.
Share Your Voice
The Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation asked sufferers to share with us how migraine disease has affected their lives. Through this presentation, we hope to raise awareness about migraine disease and its impact on patients, their families, and society.
This video won 3rd place in the second annual “Migraine Moment” Short Film Contest.
Phone & Email
Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation
PO Box 91051
Salt Lake City, UT 84109