You're not alone: Calgary has a vibrant Crohn’s and colitis community, made up of people with inflammatory bowel disease, families, volunteers, and more. Throughout the year, we come together at meetings and events like the Gutsy Walk to share experiences, raise funds and heighten awareness.

There are an estimated 9,500 people with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis in the Calgary community. We understand the challenges you and your family may be facing – because we face them, too.

On the Right Track, Session #1

Session #1 - Helping Transition: The parent/caregiver’s role in their youth’s transitioning process (open to parents only). Session will cover parenting styles, supporting ...

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Fish Creek Library, 3rd floor program room. 11161 Bonaventure Drive Southeast
Calgary
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On the Right Track Session #2

Session #2 - Team Work!: Preparing for the transitioning process together (open to parents with their youth ages 14-17 yrs). Session will cover planning and goal setting, summarizing your medical ...

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Fish Creek Library, third floor program room 11161 Bonaventure Drive SE
Calgary
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Webinar: Managing the Cost of Care - Budgeting with a Chronic Illness

Living with Crohn's and colitis can be expensive, especially while in school. This webinar explores ways to manage your disease while on a student budget.

Presenters: Marie-Louise Martin and Caroline Evans - Marie-Louise is a Nurse Practitioner at the University of Calgary Inflammatory Bowel Disease Clinic. Caroline is a 2016 AbbVie IBD Recipient and is currently studying medicine at Dalhousie University. Click here to register for this webinar 

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Webinar
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On the Right Tract Session #4

Session #4 - My Health, My Responsibility: Learning independent health care behaviour (open to youth ages 14-17yrs only). Session will cover communicating with health care professionals, how to ...

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Fish Creek Library, main floor program room 11161 Bonaventure Drive SE
Calgary
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News

More Canadians have access to HUMIRA® (adalimumab) for the treatment of ulcerative colitis

Crohn's and Colitis Canada awards nine research grants, supports researchers improving IBD care

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