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Ostomy Support Group of Tucson, Arizona
Ostomy Support Group of Tucson, Arizona
P.O. Box 41454, Tucson, AZ 85717-1454
Message phone: (520) 206-0268
The Ostomy Support Group of Tucson, AZ is a charitable, non-profit, volunteer organization, dedicated to
offering encouragement to current and future ostomates and their families through education, emotional
support, free products, and support meetings.
New Ostomate?
Do you have questions? Please call (520) 206-0268 or
Upcoming Meetings
All members and their guests are welcome to attend the

Our sincere thanks to
TMC El Dorado campus and Tucson City
Council Ward 6
for providing space accommodations to conduct
our meetings.

Ostomy Support Group Tucson, AZ
Sunday, May 28, 2017, 2pm
Lori Rosenberger, Ostomy Education
Fran Schmidt, NW Medical Center, Ostomy Supplies
El Dorado Senior Services Bldg
1400 N. Wilmot Road
Map (Cafeteria)
Future Meetings: 6/25, 8/27, 9/24, 10/22, 11/26

Central Tucson Support Group
Tuesday, May 16, 2017, 1pm
Tucson City Council - Ward 6 Building; 3202 E. 1st St.
Facilitator: Sandee Prechtel (520) 240-9262
Future Meetings: 6/20

Green Valley Satellite
Wednesday, May 24, 2017, 1pm
Friends Indeed Community Center; 301 Camino Casa Verde
Facilitators: Reta Averill (520) 885-2075;
John Walker (520) 393-7210
Future Meetings: 6/28

Casa Grande Satellite
Facilitator: Mary Kathryn Hughes, RN, CWOCN (520) 381-6154

Board Meeting
Wednesday, May 17, 2017, 6pm
Cody's Beef & Beans, 2708 E Ft. Lowell Rd, 85716
If you plan to attend, please contact Laurie at (520) 886-6728.
Thank you!
We are an affiliated support group of the
Featured Content

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  • NEW! Back-to-School 101:Study these
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  • United Ostomy Associations of America
    Living with an Ostomy Video. The
    video illustrates the positive quality of
    life attainable after ostomy surgery.

    If you have an ostomy, you have the
    same rights as any other person to
    swim in the pool facility of your choice.
    There is a recurring issue with people
    living with an ostomy being improperly
    denied access to a swimming pool
    because of their ostomy.
In Need of Supplies or Have Supplies to Donate?
Please visit our Supplies page to find out how to obtain
supplies and how to donate.
Hollister Representative, Annette Golz, gave an excellent
presentation to our group at the October meeting.
Hollister Representative, Annette Golz, gave an excellent
presentation to our group at the October meeting.
Crohn's and Colitis
Foundation Team
Challenge teammates
Gary and Karen Hardy
joined us at the
October meeting and
talked about training
for the El Tour de
Tucson Bike Race.

Team Challenge is an
endurance training
and fundraising
program unlike any
other. It’s a unique
opportunity to change
your life and the lives
of others.
Need a ride to medical meetings?
Contact Paratransit Special Service Office at (520) 791-4100
ADA Paratransit Eligibility Office

Need ostomy supplies delivered to your home?
Contact Wild West Courier Service at (520) 389-8471