August 31st, 2017
The Ostomy Association of the Houston Area is working with local nurses and other support groups to coordinate supplies for displaced ostomates in Texas.
If you have supplies and are in the Houston area, please call 713-824-8841.
Outside of Houston, supplies can be sent to
3904 Rice Blvd
Houston, TX 77005
If you need supplies, please call 713-824-8841. We will take your name and contact information along witht he type of supplies needed.
October 19th, 2015
Start writing down any ostomy questions you may have and bring them to the November 11th meeting as Laura Vadman, CWON will be our guest speaker! Don’t miss it!
June 8th, 2015
Mark your calendars for Wednesday’s meeting at 7 PM at Gilda’s Club! It is the last meeting until September. Bring any questions or concerns to our open discussion meeting! Please join us!
May 12th, 2015
Our May meeting features Adam Walker from Hollister! This is your chance to see new products and ask questions about Hollister products! Join the fun and fellowship!
April 10th, 2015
TAKEN FROM THE UOAA FACEBOOK PAGE
We are aware of the recent “Tips From a Former Smoker” campaign by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (Center for Disease Control), and have responded directly to that organization this past week. Based on the CDC’s response to not remove or alter the advertisements, you will find hyperlinks to their scare-tactic based commercials that are posted all over the internet and on their website.
With that being said, we feel that it is important for you to see the videos and REACH OUT to your elected officials, and the CDC directly, so that this organization has a firm grasp on how these surgical procedures have POSITIVELY impacted peoples’ lives, and how offensively (and inaccurately) the “bag” (pouch/appliance) is portrayed, and then spread to millions of people online and on T.V. through these videos.
UOAA is committed to advocating for all people who have had or who may have ostomy or continent diversion surgery. We join with the ostomy community in speaking out when others use this life-saving surgical procedure as a scare tactic.
While we agree that reducing the risk factors for colorectal cancer is important, the CDC’s inadvertently discriminatory campaign works against UOAA’s vision of a society where people with ostomies and intestinal or urinary diversions are universally accepted and supported socially, economically, medically, and psychologically.
April 6th, 2015
Don’t miss Wednesday’s meeting! Our speaker is John Burke of Byram Healthcare. Bring your questions! Hope to see you at 7 pm at Gilda’s Club!
March 25th, 2015
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