Local Food Allergy Support Groups

Talking with others who share the same challenges has many benefits. When my kids were first diagnosed, I felt overwhelmed, scared, somewhat isolated and very stressed out. A support system can certainly help to reduce and manage these feelings. Participating in a support group also gives you a chance to learn from people who are experiencing the same situations you are. Ask your physician if your community has a local food allergy support group. If there isn’t, consider starting one.

Click on your state to see if there are any support groups in your area.  If you know of a support group that we don't have listed, please email us with the details.

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