Genetic healthcare doesn’t start with a test. It starts with you.

Genetic testing technology changes rapidly, and the number of genetic testing options keeps growing. Finding accurate, up-to-date information and resources can be overwhelming.

At GSF, we’re here to help you sort through the wealth of information in this new age of genetics and get all the facts you need to make informed decisions about your health.

GSF provides genetic counseling nationwide via secure, HIPAA-compliant video conferencing. Our team will review the appointment request and send you a link to schedule an appointment within 72 business hours. If you need immediate assistance, please call (844) 743-6384.

Services offered and resources developed by Genetic Support Foundation are supported in part by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $150,609 with 67% financed with non-federal governmental sources. The contents have been established by Genetic Support Foundation and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by HRSA, HHS, or the U.S. Government. For more information, please visit

Telehealth Appointment

Connect with a genetic counselor at home on your computer or mobile device - available nationwide.

If you are a provider who would like to refer a patient for genetic counseling, please fax the referral to (844) 813-3892. Genetic Support Foundation will contact the patient directly to schedule the appointment.

For more information about our providers, cost, and what to expect from a genetic counseling via telehealth, click here. Have questions? We'd love to hear from you. Contact Us by phone or online.

Pregnancy & Genetics

NIPT, amnio or CVS? Quad screening. Nuchal translucency. Carrier screening. Prenatal genetic testing can be overwhelming and confusing. You deserve more than just test results. You deserve all the facts.

From preconception counseling for individuals concerned about their chance of having a baby with a genetic condition or birth defect to parents who have already had prenatal genetic testing and would like to better understand their results, we can help you get all of the information you need to make informed decisions about your health and the health of your child.

Pediatrics & Genetics

As a parent, watching your child grow and develop is one of the biggest joys of parenting. But there are a lot of factors that can influence a child’s development and health. These factors often create a delicate balance between nature and nurture and can include genetics, family, relationships, experiences, culture, education, nutrition, and much more. Understanding the role that genetics can play in your child’s health and development can support you in making informed decisions about your child’s health care needs.

Cancer & Genetics

A family history of cancer can be scary, but understanding your risk can help. Genetic counseling and testing can help you determine if you or others in your family may have an inherited genetic risk for cancer and guide you through the process of screening and medical management for individuals at higher risk.

If you have a personal and/or family history of cancer, have questions about genetic testing for hereditary cancer predisposition, or have had cancer genetic testing but would like to review the results with a specialist, our genetic support resources can help.

Genetics & Your Health

Genetics plays a powerful role in shaping your health. For certain conditions, genetic testing and counseling can help you better understand the role that genetics plays and empower you with the information you need to manage your health.

Our genetic support resources can help you learn more about how your genetic health can impact your heart, brain, or metabolic functioning or answer other genetic health questions you may have so you can make informed decisions about your health.

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