Our Mission

Sleep Disorder Help and Aid - Our Mission

About Us

Project Sleep is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness about sleep health and sleep disorders.

Our Mission

Believing in the value of sleep, Project Sleep aims to improve public health by educating individuals about the importance of sleep health and sleep disorders. Project Sleep educates and empowers individuals using events, campaigns, and programs to bring people together and talk about sleep as a pillar of health.

Project Sleep’s Latest News

New Narcolepsy Story: Meet Victoria

This week, our Rising Voices of Narcolepsy Story Sharing live series is back with a new storyteller: Victoria! On Sunday, October 25 at 8:00 p.m. ET, Victoria will share her narcolepsy story. Afterwards, we’ll host a live viewer Q&A. To join us live, simply head to Project Sleep’s Facebook page at 8pm (ET) this Sunday! If…

Watch: Isiah Thomas Raises Significant Narcolepsy Awareness

On World Narcolepsy Day, Sept. 22, 2020, basketball legend, Isiah Thomas raised awareness about narcolepsy during his appearance on NBA on TNT’s The Arena in advance of the NBA conference finals. WATCH HERE: Raising Narcolepsy Awareness In this clip, Isiah Thomas talks about his daughter’s experience living with narcolepsy and cataplexy (a form of muscle…

World Narcolepsy Day Story Sharing Event: Grisel’s Story in Spanish

This September, our Rising Voices of Narcolepsy Story Sharing Series is hosting special events leading up to World Narcolepsy Day on Sept. 22nd. We are thrilled to feature an event this Sunday in Spanish! (Para información en español, por favor, desplácese hacia abajo.) Join us for a special Spanish-language Rising Voices of Narcolepsy Story Sharing…

Project Sleep Joins AASM to Support First-Ever Student Sleep Health Week

Sept. 14-20 observance to highlight importance of healthy sleep as students go back to school As students start school in unique circumstances this fall, this is a critical time to talk about sleep’s role in promoting learning, functioning and growth. Yet, more than half of American parents say their school-age children and teens are not…

New Sleep Health Disparities Policy Recommendations

Background: On June 8th, 2020, Project Sleep issued this statement standing firmly in solidarity with our Black community members and unequivocally condemning racism. We also made specific pledges including, “to highlight sleep research focused on race, racism, and sleep and health disparities, as well as advocate for more research in this area.” In furtherance of…