LI TRIO is a non-profit all volunteer organization committed to improving the quality of lives touched by the miracle of transplantation through education, support, advocacy, and organ donation and transplantation awareness.Read Full Mission Statement
LI TRIO is a non-profit all volunteer organization committed to improving the quality of lives touched by the miracle of transplantation through education, support, advocacy, and organ donation and transplantation awareness.
Our volunteers speak at High Schools and Universities in order to raise awareness and promote the need for organ donation. We have cooperative programs with teachers and principals in the Long Island School System.
We provide current information (with respect to developments in organ and tissue donation, transplantation, medications, social issues, and finances) to transplant candidates, recipients, donors, and their families. We inform transplant candidates, recipients and their families, donors and donor families about initiatives and protocols in the field of transplantation.
We provide support to transplant candidates, recipients and their families, donors and donor families to help alleviate the stresses and problems associated with the process.
We make the concerns and needs that affect the welfare of transplant candidates, recipients, and donor families known to federal, state and local government bodies. We also effectively communicate the views of transplant candidates, recipients and their families, donors and donor families to the general public.
We promote organ and tissue donation as an important social responsibility. We develop and support mechanisms to improve the availability of organs and tissues on an equitable basis to meet the needs of transplant candidates. is a non-profit all volunteer organization committed to improving the quality of lives touched by the miracle of transplantation through education, support, advocacy, and organ donation and transplantation awareness.
- UPDATE: Patient access to medication bill -passed in NYS Senate and Assembly-has now been signed by Governor CuomoCall Governor Cuomo at 518.474.8390 and ask that he sign S3419C/A.2834D by 31 December. Help New Yorkers have access to the medication choice their physicians have prescribed in the interest of their patient.
- New Bill: The Immunosuppressive Drug Coverage for Kidney Transplant Patients ActOn Sept. 22, Representatives Michael C. Burgess, MD, and Ron Kind introduced the Immunosuppressive Drug Coverage for Kidney Transplant Patients Act. This legislation would allow individuals who are eligible for immunosuppressive drugs under Medicare Part B to continue to receive their treatment past the current 36-month cutoff.
- Organ donation experts visit Health classrooms: Students learn about the benefits of registering to become an organ donorFor 15 years, LI TRIO-Long Island Transplant Recipients Organization has been visiting Schreiber and impacting students’ views on organ donation.
- Featured News
- France’s New Opt-Out Organ Donation System Is a Good Idea
- LI TRIO Member and Friend Receives Surprise Visit From Kidney Donor
- The New York State Education Department Will Be Developing High School Lesson Plans, Model Curriculum and Resources Raising Awareness Of Organ and Tissue Donation
- Watch videos-real transplant documentaries and public service announcements, real people and heartfelt stories
- Guest Blog for LI TRIO-Healthy Eating by Marianne Bajor, RD, CDN, CDE-Transplant Dietitian
- Write to your Senators- click here to find your United States Senator
- Find Your Representative in the United States House Of Representatives
- Dave Rodgers led a special presentation at Harborfield High School
- New kidney transplant system helps few but doesn’t address wait time gap
- LI TRIO Visits Lindenhurst High School
- LI TRIO's New School Speakers Program In Suffolk County
- Antibodies in blood can help predict transplant rejection
- Geographic disparities divide organ transplant world
- Hearts for Russ Housman-Third Annual Golf Outing & Dinner-September 16, 2016
- Massapequa Freshmen Learn About the Gift of Life
- Organ transplant recipients more susceptible to deadly skin cancer
- Senator Peralta introduced legislation that would require certain state forms to allowing New Yorkers to enroll in the Donate Life Registry
- UT Southwestern Researchers Studying Whether Gout Drug Prevents Progression of Kidney Damage in Diabetes Patients
- Governor Cuomo signed A.8594/S.6228 which has extended Lauren’s law through year 2020.
- The New York State Senate passed important legislation and a resolution to encourage more New Yorkers to become organ and tissue donors
- Transplant recipients at higher risk for death from cancer
- Apple promotes organ donation with iOS 10, sign up as a donor from the Health app
- White House Summit: support for living donors and improving outcomes for individuals waiting for organ transplants
- Artificial kidney will save millions of lives, scientists say
- In NYS- new law eliminates surprise medical bills
- The BK Polyomavirus-Common cause for complications after kidney transplantation identified
- UCLA Researcher's Pioneering Transplant Work Saved Countless Lives
- Saving Lives and Improving Health Care through Innovation in Organ Donations and Transplants
- Presidential Proclamation -- National Donate Life Month
- February 14th-“Donor Day” in New York State- Senator Kemp Hannon and Long Island TRIO
- LI TRIO Legislative Summary Update- 2016
- Common ‘Heart Attack’ Blood Test May Predict Future Hypertension
- Organ Donor Registry List is Weakest in New York
- New Yorkers Really Came Through on October 6th
- The Medicare Prescription Drug Savings and Choice Act
- Casey Introduces Legislation to Boost Organ Donation Research, Increase Awareness
- Chronic Kidney Disease Improvement in Research and Treatment Act
- Legislative Update- Success--New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo Signed Amendment To Lauren’s Law
- Jen Lentini's donor mom hears late son’s heartbeat, 18 years after transplant
- UPDATE: This proposal prevented the 52% increase in Part B Premiums that would effect about 15 million people
- Editorial- Is It Time to Test Incentives to Increase Organ Donation-Sally Satel, MD