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Let’s Connect – Peer Support

Now more support!

Thanks to donor support our Client Support Desk  is now staffed 4 days per week Mondays to Thursdays for those who need help.  Call  1-800-363-7296 ext. 224 or email CCA can also match you with one of our trained Peer Supporters from across Canada.

Please note for crises counselling, please click here for a list of national services available to you.

Join our growing CCA Facebook Group – a closed group that is moderated by CCA trained volunteers and offers an online peer support group where you can have questions answered, share tips and gluten-free finds! Click here to ask to join.

Please note: Peer Supporters do not give medical advice for that please consult with your family doctor or dietitian.

Local Chapter & Support Group Help

The Canadian Celiac Association has over 13 local groups across the country to offer local support and information. To find the resource closest to you, please see the listing below. Several groups offer local events and in-person meetings.  See what is available near you and find out what events are happening in your area.

How do local groups work?

Join or connect with any local group. Some have membership fees and some are support groups. It’s up to the local group what activities they might host, but many have events like grocery store tours, social events, food fairs, campaigning, fundraising and more. Their first role is to support newly diagnosed people in the area.


Chapter/Support Group Email Web Site
Newfoundland & Labrador
Prince Edward Island
Saint John
Quebec Support Group
Thunder Bay
West Manitoba Support Group
British Columbia 
Yukon Territory (part of the Edmonton CCA Chapter)

For the territories, please contact

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