In addition to the resources listed below, these organizations and medical centers have a variety of virtual and in-person events, videos, social media accounts and podcasts. Join their email lists and follow on social media to stay up to date on resources, news and events.

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Boston Children’s Hospital Celiac Disease Program
Celiac Patient Resources – Includes short videos on a variety of topics
Celiac Kids Connection – Support group with free resources
Celiac Kids Real Talk videos for paying members

Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University Medical Center
Gluten-free diet, Kid’s Corner, Podcasts and more

MassGeneral Hospital for Children – Center for Celiac Research and Treatment
Patient resources

Stanford Medicine Children’s Health Center for IBD & Celiac Disease
Events (this is a new center with resources under development)

The University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center
Fact sheets,  Jump Start your Gluten-Free Diet ebook, FAQs, virtual events and more

Celiac Disease Foundation
CDF has extensive online resources on every aspect of celiac disease and other gluten-related disorders and opportunities to engage, advocate and participate in clinical trials.

National Celiac Association
NCA has extensive resources on every aspect of celiac disease and the gluten-free diet, including support groups, virtual and in-person events, food assistance, product certification and more.

Dietitians: Amy Burkhart, MD, RDShelly Case, RDMelinda Dennis, MS, RD, LDN and Kate Scarlata, RD have web sites with extensive resources and articles on maintaining a nutritious gluten-free diet, plus news items and current topics.

Gluten-Free Watchdog
GFW does gluten and arsenic testing on products and provides the results to subscribers for a small monthly fee. There are also blog posts available to the public on topics on gluten-free food safety, such as labeling, the FDA, oats, cross contact, gluten sensors, and advocacy.