Find Support


Support groups are a valuable resource for the newly diagnosed as well as the seasoned Celiac & non-celiac gluten-sensitive community.  By attending local support group meetings and seminars you will gain important information on the latest in medical research, dietitian recommendations, useful tips for living a healthy gluten-free lifestyle, and so much more.  Sign up for a workshop on the 1, 2, 3’s of living gluten-free or a demonstration on how to prepare delicious gluten-free breads & desserts!  Support Group meetings are a wonderful venue where you can chat with others on a similar Celiac journey.  Take your spouse, a friend, or go solo.  Consider volunteering!  Our list below ranges from larger, organized groups to smaller, intimate settings.

Note to Local Support Group leaders:  If you have updated contact information, please let us know so we will have the most up-to-date info available for our website visitors.

(Visit our Resources page for more helpful information)


National Celiac Organizations:

Canadian Celiac Association

United States
The American Celiac Disease Alliance
(Spanish translation available)


Celiac Disease Foundation


Celiac Support Association
(Spanish translation available)


Gluten Intolerance Group of North /America


Beyond Celiac (formerly known as National Foundation for Celiac Awareness)


Raising our Celiac Kids (R.O.C.K.)


Other Sites for information on Pediatric Celiac Disease:


[For our Spanish/Espanol speaking visitors: Visit The National Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse at information on Celiac Disease in Spanish and also HERE]

Find Foreign Celiac Organizations here:


Other useful websites to visit for celiac info and support:

American Dietetic Association

National Institute of Health Celiac Disease Awareness Campaign


U.S. Celiac Support Groups by State

A – C

D – G

H – L

M – O

P – Z


CSA – Celiac Sprue Association
GIG – Gluten Intolerance Group of America


You can also search here for support groups in your area:

Visit our Resources page HERE.