young adultsMelanie and her husband, Jason


“Young adults have the potential to give hope to a generation that read about poor statistics and outcomes from a previous generation … It is my hope to have our generation see the cure for PH.”
— Lindsay

Join our Email Group

Meet Lindsay and other young adults by joining PHA’s Generation Hope. Generation Hope is an email group for college students, young professionals and other 20- and 30-somethings living with pulmonary hypertension.The group is a safe space to vent, socialize and chat about life as a young adult with PH.

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Find Us on Facebook

Search for "Generation Hope: Young Adults with Pulmonary Hypertension" on Facebook to join our group!

Email a Generation Hope Mentor

Generation Hope mentors are caring and knowledgeable young adults living with PH who can offer you ongoing, one-on-one support. Log-in to PHA's website to view PH Email Mentor profiles. Once you're logged in, browse mentors "By Gender and Age" to find mentors in their 20s and 30s. Find a mentor



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