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CCFA 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!

Join the Team Challenge Family -- 10 years of racing for cures
When you join the Team Challenge family, you're supported by coaches, mentors, and friends who understand the impact of IBD. Join us this year at a 5k, 10k, half marathon, marathon, triathlon, IRONMAN®, cycle event -- or, turn anything else into a fundraiser when you Race in Orange. Learn more.

Thank you for supporting the spin4 crohn's & colitis cures movement!
With your help, more than 2,000 riders nationwide raised over one million dollars to help find cures. Thank you for bringing us closer to ending IBD and providing hope for 1.6 million Americans living with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. We are so impressed by the enthusiasm and passion of all the teams who took time to pedal with a purpose. Planning committees for next year will be forming soon and registration opens in the spring so let us know if you want to be part of the 2018 #power2cure movement.

Uniting to Care & Cure

Two great new resources for teens and young adults

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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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Did you know?I’ll Be Determined website is here to help you learn more about and manage inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) with interactive tools and resources from patients and experts.