Epilepsy affects 3 million Americans and 50 million people worldwide, but the lives of family members, friends and co-workers are also deeply affected.  The goal of the Epilepsy Foundation of Wisconsin is to help you understand more about the neurological disorder and to share with you the new treatments available while providing programs and services to the public.  We offer services for families, schools, employers and public health workers that engage and educate individuals in order to raise awareness and reduce the stigmas and myths associated with seizures and epilepsy.

"I never knew there were so many people in my community just like me, having a group of people to get together with that understands my challenges has been life changing"

The Epilepsy Foundation of Wisconsin leads the fight to overcome the challenges of living with epilepsy and to accelerate therapies to stop seizures, find cures and save lives. 

As a non-profit charitable organization, we exist to increase public awareness and understanding of a neurological disorder that affects so many people, more than 100,000 living in Wisconsin.

We have some exciting news!

The Epilepsy Foundation of Wisconsin State Headquarters Office has a new location!  Our new space is just a few short miles from our previous location and still on the Stevens Point Transit Line.  

This past year we were had an opportunity to join 9 other non-profit agencies to create ‘The Commons.’  This unique space offers all tenants to be within the same building.  When visiting us please enter in door 2 (north side of the building) or door 3 (east side of the building).  Our office door (on the North side of the hallway) has our logo and information.

Our new address is 2801 Hoover Road Unit 1E, Stevens Point, WI 54481.