Robbie’s Rainbow supports families who have a child aged 0-18 years of age living with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) and need access to critical treatments, procedures and care.
Today there are an estimated 6,000 children and teens in Canada living with IBD who rely on some form of drug treatment to stay in remission. Many of these children and their families are able to manage the cost of treatments through private health insurance, compassionate funding or special programs, but some are not so fortunate and are in a ‘crisis situation’.
Robbie’s Rainbow ensures that any child in need, receive access to a treatment, procedure or care deemed crucial by their healthcare provider.
We respond to individual calls, letters, and emails requesting information on pediatric inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Contact Robbie’s Rainbow for literature on IBD, and visit our About section to learn more.
Robbie’s Rainbow does not provide referrals of any kind for healthcare specialists.
All Robbie’s Rainbow patient assistance is provided at the request of a social worker, healthcare provider and administered through a health institution. Patients will never receive direct financial support through our organization.
Drug Monitoring Tests
Labratory & Clinical