Crohn’s and colitis support group meetings are often intimate gatherings where patients and their loved ones can share their stories, seek emotional support, find answers to their questions, and connect with a community who share their challenges.

In addition to these focused sessions, support groups often organize informal, social events like picnics and luncheons, community volunteer days, informational workshops, family outings, and attend gala events.

Please note:  All support group listings are subject to change. Please call the Rocky Mountain CCFA office at 303-639-9163 for more information on support groups in your area or for more information on support groups please visit this page:

If you wish to start a support group in your local area, please phone the CCFA office at 303-639-9163 or contact Emily Curtis at

CCFA also offers an Online Community where you can get the support you need in managing your condition 24/7. Participate in discussion boards, personal stories, submit questions and more. The Community also offers a live online support group program where you can connect with your peers over four weekly chat sessions that are guided by various IBD topics. Learn more and register for an upcoming session!




Need to talk with someone about IBD? Have questions about a new medication or treatment options and would like another patients perspective? Then sign-up to be a Power of Two mentee.

Are you interested in supporting others with IBD?  Want to share your story while supporting others with IBD? Then sign-up to be a Power of Two mentor. 

Contact our Regional Education and Support Manger, Emily Curtis at for more information about receiving or giving peer-to-peer support through via phone, email or skype.


Learn more about this wonderful mentor program for IBD patients and caregivers through this amazing Blog:

CCFA Power of Two...The Best IBD Resource You've Probably Never Heard Of