Canadian Celiac Association - Quinte-Belleville Chapter

Site: Belleville

Service: Canadian Celiac Association

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Contact Information
Office Phone Toll free 1-800-363-7296
Toll Free Phone 1-800-363-7296
Primary Executive Robert Beddie, Treasurer of the Belleville Quinte Chapter; Email:
Physical Access Unknown
Description & Services
Description (Service) The Canadian Celiac Association is a national organization providing service and support to individuals with celiac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis through programs of awareness * advocacy * education * and research. The local chapter provides help to newly diagnosed celiacs and their families in several ways including providing medical * nutritional * dietary information * and where to locate gluten free food. As a member you will receive a newsletter containing information on topics such as food ingredients, recipes and new products.
Hours Irregular, call for details
Areas Served Hastings County ; Madoc ; Napanee ; Prince Edward County ; Trenton ; Tweed
Eligibility No restrictions
Application no
Languages English
Fees Membership
Bus Route Notes Belleville Transit Map
Other Details
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Date Updated 07 Nov 2017
Service Categories Health Related Advocacy Groups ~ Celiac Disease ; Health/Disability Related Support Groups ~ Celiac Disease ; Specialized Information and Referral ~ Celiac Disease ; Subject Specific Public Awareness/Education ~ Celiac Disease ; Voluntary Health Organizations

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