Since our founding in 1990, Celiac Disease Foundation has championed many battles: federal recognition of celiac disease and labeling standards for gluten-free foods, improved diagnostic tools, widespread patient and provider education, access to mainstream gluten-free products, and the need for better treatments and a cure. Learn what we are doing now.
For 26 years, Celiac Disease Foundation and our national network of activists have worked diligently for federal recognition of celiac disease as one of the world’s most prevalent, and least diagnosed, genetic autoimmune diseases.
Write your representative, attend a town hall, encourage your physician to learn more about celiac disease – there are many ways you can advocate on behalf of the celiac community.
We are here to help you be the best possible advocate for celiac disease. These documents contain valuable information to guide you in your journey of interacting with your elected officials on behalf of Celiac Disease Foundation.