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Helping Your Adolescent Get a Handle on Anxiety

Helping Your Adolescent Get a Handle on Anxiety The teen years are tough on pretty much everyone, but if you’re suffering from a health condition like alopecia or any other disease that affects your appearance, you may be dealing with low self-esteem, a lack of confidence, and anxiety to boot. Here, we offer parents six

CAP Cares & Fill the CAP Giving Day

You might be wondering why we added two new programs. Here are the details as to why. I am sure most of you have heard by now about Rio, the little girl in Indiana who had alopecia and suffered from being bullied, and last week committed suicide. Although we did not personally know Rio or

CAP Kid Camps, Groups and CAP2U!

It's 2022 and that means the start of Camps, Groups, and CAP2U! It all starts in February 2022 with a CAP2U speaking tour of the south and CAP Kid Camp Florida. The camp is at YMCA Camp Winona in De Leon Springs, FL from February 18-20 and then speaking and meeting CAP Kids in Florida,


It's the same Alopeciapalooza, a different location. We are at Black Rock Retreat in Quarryville, Pennsylvania in Amish Country. We had to change the venue but not the dates, it's still Friday, June 11 to Monday, June 14. Address and directions are on the registration page at and are sure to register soon, we

Children’s Alopecia Project Holiday Online Concert

Merry Christmas, Happy Hannukah, and Seasons Greetings to you all! The Children's Alopecia Project invites you to a Holiday online concert on Monday, December 21st at 6:00 PM Eastern Time. Description: An intimate musical experience is a perfect way to relax and smile during difficult times. Fortunately, Acute Inflections, New York’s sultry duo, will

All 2020 camps – Cancelled

I am reaching out because I had to make a difficult decision that I did not want to make but felt it would be irresponsible not to. I am afraid we will not have any camps in what remains of 2020. I made the decision based on the spike in new cases and the fear

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