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The Foundation has local chapters, support groups, and patient-to-patient support at our community site. Information specialists are available at our Information Resource Center: 888-694-8872 (M-F 9am-5pm EST). You can also search our resources.



Join us at one of our great events. Walk, run, or cycle -- you'll help make a difference no matter what you choose!

Experience the Take Steps Decade of Difference
Join the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation's largest peer-to-peer fundraising program this spring, and help us commemorate our Take Steps Decade of Difference! In 2018, we will walk in more than 110 local communities across the country and work to raise more than $11 million to continue our critical research. Registration is simple. Click here to find a walk near you and get started!

The Ultimate Finish Line is in Sight
Race toward cures with the Team Challenge family, a group of people who truly understand the struggles associated with IBD. Join us for a 5k, 10k, half marathon, marathon, triathlon, IRONMAN®, cycle event, or turn anything else into a fundraiser when you Race in Orange!  Learn more.

You have the #power2cure IBD
Our commitment to bringing an end to Crohn's and colitis has never been stronger. In this fourth year of the #power2cure movement, we've added new cities and plans to make an even bigger impact for IBD patients and their families. Registration for 2018 events is now open - join the spin4 crohn's & colitis cures movement!

Uniting to Care & Cure

Two great new resources for teens and young adults

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Copy of Types of Medications for Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis

(in Flares, Symptom Management, Treatments, Medication)

At the present time, there are five basic categories of medications used in the treatment of IBD. This section discusses each class of treatment options for IBD.

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