As of October 2018, MHHA had to close due to funding difficulties and family medical time restrictions.  Our hopes and prayers are with all of you that you enjoy the dysautonomia community you have helped us bring together.

Our Purpose:  To bring optimism, fun and joy to teens and young adults who live with Dysautonomia and other life-changing chronic illnesses.  Our focus is on the fun!

MHHA mission objectives:

Dysautonomia Awareness
Events and community service projects to highlight Dysautonomia and its effects on youth and their families and to encourage more research in this much needed area.

Social Outreach
Outreach program to foster our growing community and to help hidden teens and young adults to get out of the home in order to experience fun socials like our can't-miss events like our annual Anti-Prom!  

"After being diagnosed with Dysautonomia as a freshman in high school, Mikaela Aschoff founded Mik’s Hidden Hearts Alliance, spreading hope to others struggling with chronic illnesses."

Picture left courtesy of Katy Magazine.  To read this article, click here...

501c3 Nonprofit - EIN 45-4224700

Helping to bring about Dysautonomia Awareness and HOPE to all hidden teens and young adults who have a life-changing chronic illness.

Must See MHHA 2016 Video
(See all the fun we did!)

Dysautonomia Awareness:  What Dysautonomia is like for our MHHA hidden youth and their parents

MHHA in the News

Anti-PROM Pictures are here!

Event Photography by Brett Perroux

Proud to be in partnership with Lamb Foundation for Dysautonomia Research