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Posted on: Sat, 08/26/2000 - 11:54am
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pShannon,br /
I would be VERY interested in a support group in the Detroit Metro Area. I can't seem to find ANY groups around here. I tried to get info on the group in Plymouth MI. Only to hit dead ends and come up with nothing. Please let me know if you do start I group...I would love to try it./p

Posted on: Wed, 09/13/2000 - 11:37pm
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pgabrielle I also had dead ends finding out about the plymouth group but finally had luck last week. This is not a support group but an educational information group with presentaions. The first meeting is Fri. Sept. 22,2000 at 7:30 at Madonna College. The phone # for the group is (734) 420-3124br /
There are three other mtgs. besides that one this year. The next one is OCt. 13th.br /
I hope this is helpful.br /
Beth/p

Posted on: Sun, 12/24/2000 - 5:31am
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pDoes anyone know of any support groups in the Saginaw/Flint/Owosso area??? I would be interested in attending something, however, Ann Arbor is too far for me to drive!/p

Posted on: Sun, 12/24/2000 - 11:23am
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pSorry Jodi,br /
I have not had luck finding any support group in Michigan. I considered starting one, but without aomeone else to help, my plans are on hold til I have more time./p
pShannon/p

Posted on: Sat, 03/17/2001 - 12:23am
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pwanted to bring this topic to the top. if you are looking for a support group in metro Detroit, there was recently a post under the introducing yourself....... thread. someone considering starting a group. just thought I'd mention it here./p

Posted on: Sat, 08/25/2001 - 6:19am
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pI am interested in a support group closer to Michigan's thumb. The Ann Arbor/Lansing area is just too far to drive. Does anyone have any infomation?/p

Posted on: Sun, 09/23/2001 - 4:14am
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pHi! I started a support group 1 year ago with a friend of mine. We are called Foodbr /
Allergy Resource. We have about 4 meetings per year. We display materials from the FAN and other sources. Sometimes we have a speaker. Mostly we offer one another emotional support, exchange tips and stories, and network to see who is in the same schools, neighborhoods,etc. We meet at the Macomb County Public Library. Next meeting--Oct 10 from 6:30-8:30 pm. We would welcome newcomers -- there are no fees.br /
Library is on Hall Rd. near Garfield. Be safe! Jeanne/p

Posted on: Sun, 12/23/2001 - 1:30pm
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pI am looking for something in lower MI, down in the White Pigeon-Three Rivers area. Is there anyone around here?/p

Posted on: Tue, 04/23/2002 - 2:42pm
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pI wanted to bring this to the top. Anyone out there near White Lake Twp(Oakland County)????/p

Posted on: Mon, 03/10/2003 - 5:01am
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pStill looking ot organize a group or evan an informal playgroup in the metro detroit area./p

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