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Chronic Warriors Org, inc. is our non-profit arm that handles all the fundraising in order to keep our programs free for all of our amazing illness warriors!  They fundraise, apply for grants, partner with companies and organizations and work hard to keep our Collective growing! Check them out and shout out some love and gratitude. We couldn’t operate these programs without them!

Warrior Stories

From suicidal to finding purpose again

From suicidal to finding purpose again

In 2004 I was a school bus driver (and mother of 2 active kids). I had a 12 yr old beat me and change my life FOREVER!! After the accident I had brain damage, jaw wired shut, and lost the ability to walk on my own. I can’t use my left leg anymore (which is where the...

My success story

My success story

On the fateful day I was diagnosed to be HIV positive in 2015 but it wasn't easy because I actually thought that was the end of my life... Taking ARVs with the side effects was very hard for me so at a point i stopped taking it...I attempted suicide on two occasions...

Journey to fibro

Journey to fibro

I started having pain in my feet at the age of 5, I remember going on a road trip when I was six years old to go get checked at a children's hospital in Quebec. They deemed my condition at the time to be growing pains, my parents did not question it any further. From...

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Sick or Crashing?

Sick or Crashing?

It’s rough working while chronically ill. It’s even worse working while chronically ill during COVID-19.  Personally, the majority of COVID-19 symptoms is just what I deal with a lot of the time. I personally get low grade  fevers almost every afternoon—if...

Printable Cards for May

Printable Cards for May

Here are some cards to make Swapping easy this month!Thank you to Lisa for these printable cards... May-Flowers-Printable-CardDownload May-Printable-cardDownload and to JessV for the coloring page! JessVolinski-YouareAwesomeColoringPage3Download And here's a graphic...

It’s a Cane Week

It’s a Cane Week

Another work week is almost over, and I’m grateful it’s Thursday. This past week has been.. One of those weeks. I had a harder time at work and eventually had to use my cane at one point.I work at an early childhood development center of sorts, so we have paperwork we...

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