NEW! Volunteer Sign-up Sheet:
We are always looking for dedicated volunteers to support newly diagnosed patients, help out at our events or within our office. Click here for our new Volunteer Sign-up Sheet, email Gina Klosterman at email@example.com, or call the chapter office at 602-734-1392 and let us know what you're interested in.
Help raise money for Crohn's and UC while buying your groceries.
Fry's Community Rewards Program has selected CCFA Southwest Chapter as one of the non-profit organizations to benefit from this new program. Click here for more information.
Become a Member:
As a member of CCFA, you will help us further the cause while receiving special membership benefits. Membership benefits include subscription to the chapter newsletter and national magazine, discounts on CCFA books, and invitations to participate in chapter events and programs. Individual memberships are only $30. Click here to become a member today!
Power of Two:
Need to talk with someone about IBD? Have questions about an new medication or treatment options and would like another patient’s perspective? Are you a caregiver looking for someone who understands?
Sign up to get a Power of Two mentor who has a similar experience with IBD to your’s.
CCFA Partners: Internet-based registry of patient reported disease outcomes
- 12,000 adult patients have signed up and completed the survey
- Questions on drug usage, diet, environment, quality of life and alternative medicines
- Regular interaction and follow up with patients – reminders to immunize, etc.
CCFA Partners Kids & Teens:
CCFA Partners Kids & Teens, is a parallel study of childhood IBD. Nearly one fourth of individuals with IBD are diagnosed during the childhood or teenage years. Special consideration must be given to pediatric IBD patients who are undergoing rapid physical and mental growth and development. The effects of the disease and treatment in this population need to be better understood.
The goal of CCFA Partners Kids & Teens is to create a long-term community of patients who are engaged in research. This study, launched in August 2013, will focus on aspects of IBD that are most important to patients and their parents, including health behaviors, disease symptoms, and quality of life. The entire study takes place over the internet.
Are you interested in supporting others with IBD? Want to share your story while supporting others with IBD? Fill out this online application to start the process of becoming a Power of Two mentor.
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