It's Hair Loss Support At Its Best
Hello Vancouverites! Connecting is one of the best ways to feel happier and become more informed! This is a supportive and positive group where all of us - new to alopecia or experienced, hair-wearer or au natural, seeking treatment or not - all come together and be supportive, informative, and positive for one another. Come to our monthly meetups, or start by joining this group to be posted of upcoming meetups!
If you want to talk to someone on the phone, posting on the wall here is a great way to start too!
JLo and Erin are currently leading this group, as I (Tanya) will be exploring Shanghai for a while.
If your kid /teen has alopecia, please contact me or Jana and we'll put you in touch with other parents! It'll be, I believe, quite awesome for your child :)
Latest Activity: 17 hours ago
This group gets together monthly at one of the members' homes - a cozy, positive, and fun environment, for those with alopecia. We are here to support one another, and every meetup has been amazingly mood-lifting.
Join us here and we'll send next meeting details to you in a group email!
You can always get a hold of JLo and Erin via AW messaging or at alopecia.vancouver[at]gmail.com
We are affiliated with CANAAF (Canadian Alopecia Areata Foundation).
For Vancouver NAAF (National Alopecia Areata Foundation - US) Support Group for those with alopecia, as well as for family and friends of those with alopecia, contact Enzina Carida at 604-619-4786. The NAAF group meets every 3 months, with Dr. Shapiro.
***Next meet up - Saturday, April, 26th 1- 5 at Erin's place in Vancouver. Please email the gmail account for the address.
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