State/Province Pages will evolve over time, but provide preliminary lists or links in the mean time.
*ILADS Banff Brochure
Local Support Groups
- Help us get in touch with your group leader and/or list your group or a group contact
- Consider starting a local group. If you need help with this, perhaps we (or a local organization) can assist, such as:
- helping you find other patients in your area;
- helping you find your next-nearest neighbor groups for networking;
- brainstorming ways to connect where geography precludes in-person meetings.
Some of our states may have very few to no existing support groups, though you also could have a fellow Lyme patient less than a mile away, in the very next town, at your child’s school, or across town that you don’t know about yet (all of the above were the case for me).
Please feel free to share any of the following via comments, the contact form below, or vie firstname.lastname@example.org
- Interests/talents/skills or just that you’d like to get involved;
- Relevant or interesting links for your state;
- Organizations either in your state or involved in your state;
- Events in your state (past, present, future);
- Lyme or tick research, data, survey, or detection efforts (Lyme and/or ticks).
Links to come….
Multiple Articles on this CanLyme Archive page
More to come…
Awareness evening to be held in Squamish next week
Kerri Currier / Squamish Chief, June 4, 2015
Squamish is a gorgeous natural playground to raise a family. However, the security I had in nature came to a halt upon learning the reality of Lyme disease treatment in B.C. I presented to the walk-in clinic with half a tick in my arm and was told not to worry about Lyme in the area. I’m now dealing with late-stage Lyme disease, its long term treatment and costs.