I’ve listed all my favorite resources for Crohn’s Disease here for your browsing. I’ll always be updating, so be sure and check back! There are many people who battle this disease, and these are just a few of the great sites I’ve found to be helpful.
- Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America
- Mayo Clinic Crohn’s Disease Information
- Medline Plus – National Institutes of Health
- Medical News Today – Crohn’s Disease
- Crohn’s & Me
Advocates & Bloggers
- The Great Bowel Movement: Focusing on “Making IBD cool since 2010” this website has everything you could possibly imagine from blog posts, to resources, to awareness apparel. You’ll feel a real sense of community here, along with monthly blog contributions from yours truly.
- The Crohn’s Journey Foundation: Founded by the sweet Sarah Chouiery, this foundation provides annual retreats and meet-up opportunities for those with IBD. Great information and sense of friendships there, with many inspiring and informational blog posts. You’ll also find monthly blog posts of mine there.
- Inflamed and Untamed: Sara is real, and honest and engages her readers in every way. She has a YouTube channel that is always entertaining.
- #PurpleProject: Kelly is so sweet! You have to cruise over to her site and keep in touch with her. Despite struggling with her illness, she always focuses on being positive and giving back as much as she can.
- Empowered by Kids: I found this website when one of the co-founders, Justin, reached out to me and introduced me to what they were doing. I’m so glad he did! This website is so sweet and inspiring and I love what they are doing to help raise awareness. You must check it out.
- Ali on the Run: Ali is the most adorable runner there is. I love reading about how she’s doing as she “runs” her way through her illness. She is in New York City, so it’s always fun to see her pictures!
- Caring for Crohn’s: Rebecca offers a unique and fresh perspective on Crohn’s Disease, as she is married to a Crohnie. Anyone looking for tips and advice on dealing with caregiving, should definitely check out her site.
- Keeping Things Inside is Bad for my Health: Marisa has Ulcerative Colitis and shares her stories and experiences openly and loves to engage readers in open discussion. It’s a great opportunity to ask questions and get answers from someone who’s been there.
If you know of other resources, or would like to be added to this list – contact me and let me know! And as always – please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions, or would just like to chat.