Partnering with Generation Rescue to Promote Healthy Choices for Autistic Children

Coromega is proud to join forces with Generation Rescue, the leading national organization that provides hope, information and immediate treatment assistance to families affected by autism spectrum disorders.

Our partnership with Generation Rescue is intended to directly impact families faced with the challenges of diagnosis, treatment and care with useful information from Coromega on omega-3s and donations of our omega-3 fish oil products.

“We’ve long been committed to supporting families with children with autism make healthy lifestyle choices, so a partnership with Generation Rescue is in perfect alignment with our mission. In an effort to help families raising a child with ASD, our goal with our partnership with Generation Rescue is to help these families in need by participating in the grant program, donating Coromega Omega-3 products, raising awareness and providing funds that can help with the fight against autism.” - Andrew Aussie, executive vice president and COO of Coromega.

Generation Rescue offers information on autism treatments, conferences, links to helpful articles, recommended physicians, and medical grants to families who cannot afford critical treatments such as doctor visits, lab testing and nutritional counseling. For more information on Generation Rescue or to learn more about specific programs and services offered, please visit or call (877) 98-AUTISM.

About Generation Rescue

Generation Rescue was founded in 2005 by JB and Lisa Handley, parents of an autistic child who were looking for autism support resources. The information they learned from other parents about how to treat the underlying symptoms of autism, in order to improve a child’s quality of life, became the inspiration for Generation Rescue. Generation Rescue educates, supports, advocates and truly empowers families affected by autism to achieve a better quality of life today and encourages healthy choices for future generations. Generation Rescue currently helps more than 25,000 families yearly affected by autism spectrum disorders – offering programs nationwide that provide services on a local level and providing mentors in 39 countries around the world.