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Help hungry people that need GF but cannot afford GF. Don't forget to bring a GF Shelf Stable Food Item to this Meeting. Each full sized item you bring gives you one chance to win a great GF prize!
What is TCCSG?
Ti-County Celiac Support Group (TCCSG) is the largest celiac support group in southeastern Michigan, with a goal to be a support resource for all persons diagnosed with Celiac Disease and/or Dermatitis Herpetiformis or those with a gluten intolerance.
If you are newly diagnosed or a family member of someone newly diagnosed with Celiac Disease, Dermatitis Herpetiformis or living a gluten-free lifestyle due to gluten intolerance, please contact us or join us at our next event. Please take a look around our new site. We are looking for a lot of help - please see volunteer opportunities under the Food Fair, 5k Run/Walk and general help.
We are 100% run by VOLUNTEERS whose lives have been affected by Celiac Disease. If you'd like to join our group to help, please email [email protected] Our volunteers have families and jobs and run TCCSG in their spare time because they are passionate about helping to find a cure, advocate for resources and provide a network to help others. Join Us, Support Us, Learn with Us and Help us Grow so we can become stronger to push for the changes that are needed for Celiac Disease!!
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Important Information about this Website:
#1: Robots / Scanning Devices / Algorithms used to scrape/scan pages / Solicitors are not allowed on this website. This website is 100% for the help and use of people with Celiac Disease, Dermatitis Herpitiformis and people with Gluten Intolerance. This organization is a 501(c)3 powered 100% by volunteers.
#2: Please note that the information on this website is supplemental information to help you learn about Celiac Disease and tips on how to live a gluten free lifestyle. The information contained on this website is not meant to substitute nor replace the advice / information from your doctor and/or registered dietitian. When following a strict gluten free diet, it is your responsibility to ensure the foods you are consuming are prepared properly and contain the proper ingredients. Staff at restaurants change and product ingredients change. You should always read labels and ask questions at bakeries, restaurants, hospitals, schools, etc... claiming to serve gluten free food. Some restaurants claim to serve gluten free food but will say that it is not safe for a person with celiac disease. Please ask questions - it's for YOUR health!
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Northville, MI 48167-0301
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