A celiac's lifestyle is considerably easier with the help of a local support group. To assist in the process of finding local support, we have provided a series of files listing all of the celiac support groups that we are aware of. For each group one or more addresses and/or phone numbers are listed. When possible, e-mail addresses are also listed.
A very lax definition of support groups is used in these listings; any group that meets regularly for mutual support in handling celiac disease and the gluten-free diet is included in these listings. When a formal group is not available but someone is willing to function as a focal point, he/she is included as a "Resource Unit".
Updates or corrections can be sent to one of the following:
Internet: www, http://www.BoulderCountyCeliacs.org Updated: 03 Jun 2012
Contacts: Sue Wielgopolan 15475 Pleasant View Dr. Colorado Springs, CO 80921 719-481-2194 Therese Stock 720 Custer Ave. Colorado Springs, CO 80903 719-442-0422 Virginia Ludwig 3705 Meadowland Blvd. Colorado Springs, CO 80918 719-598-6748 Lois Randolph 411 Lakewood Circle B614 Colorado Springs, CO 80910 719-570-4532 Lillian Wolf 2206 N. Meade Ave. Colorado Springs, CO 80907 719-635-3720 Updated: 10 Mar 2001
Contacts: DeAnna Olson Internet: DeAnna Olson, firstname.lastname@example.org www, http://www.meetup.com/Celiac-and-Gluten-Free-in-Colorado-Springs Updated: 27 Oct 2012
Contacts: Patti Moss 970-565-0913 Donna 970-565-3667 Updated: 22 March 2004
Internet: www, http://www.denverceliacs.org Updated: 03 Jun 2012
Contacts: Moira Sheehan 1562 South Spruce Street Denver, CO 80231 303-368-8161 Internet: Moira Sheehan, email@example.com Updated: 10 Feb 1997
Internet: Group, firstname.lastname@example.org www, www.NorthernColoradoCeliacs.org Updated: 03 Jun 2012
Contacts: Randy & Kim Toltz 303-470-0003 Internet: Randy & Kim Toltz, email@example.com Updated: 21 Dec 2003
Contacts: Bill Eyl 2600 Blue Mountain Ave. Berthoud, CO 80513 303-772-3155 Internet: William R. Eyl, billeyl@USA.NET Updated: 10 Mar 2001
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