Membership FAQs

Want to find out more about membership? Find out here about the membership options we have available.

Become an ATA Member

Join ATA, the nation’s largest nonprofit organization for tinnitus patients. Get valuable benefits and support our mission to silence tinnitus.

What is the term of an ATA membership?
Membership in ATA lasts for one year from the date you join.

How do I renew my membership?
There are several ways to renew your ATA membership. ATA sends out both email and paper reminders when your membership is about to expire. You may respond to either of these, or you may renew online. Be sure to enter your membership ID, so the computer system recognizes you as a returning member.

Where do I find my membership ID number?
Your membership ID was sent to you after your online contribution was processed. Please check your email. You can also find it listed on your membership renewal invoices, and also on the address label on the back of your Tinnitus Today magazines. Your membership expiration date is also located on the label, to the right of your membership ID number.

Is there a downside to renewing my membership early?
Not at all! If you renew your membership before your expiration date, ATA pushes your membership forward based on the renewal due date, not the date you paid for your membership.

Why have I not received my Tinnitus Today magazine?
Your membership has likely expired. Please renew online or call our office, and we will be happy to assist you, to reinstate your benefits.

What If I have questions about my membership?
Please send an email to and she will answer them!



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