Kansas Lyme Disease and Tick Borne Disease Information
This page it to collect research, news articles, support groups, websites and organizations to help people who have Lyme disease in Kansas. If you have a support group, event or organization you want added please post in the comments below or contact us here. Thank you!
- Kansas Tick Borne Disease Advocates
- News in Kansas
- Lyme Aware: Kansas Page
- The Lyme Association of Greater Kansas City, Inc. serves people throughout
Missouri and Kansas and should be listed for both states. Meetings are in the
Community Center building at St. Joseph Medical Center at I-435 and State Line
Road in Kansas City, MO. Meetings are on the 4th Thursday of the month,
January through October. (We don’t meet in Nov. or Dec.)
Our mission is to serve as a support group for victims of Lyme disease and their families, to provide information to the medical community, and to educate the public about prevention.
We exhibit at health fairs and medical conferences and give education packets to school nurses in Missouri and Kansas. Our school education packets include a handbook, brochures, a DVD with educational videos for children in grades preschool-12, and a tick removal kit. We also sell tick removal kits to the public.
Lyme Association of Greater Kansas City, Inc.
P.O. Box 25853
Overland Park, KS 66225
913-438-5963 (GET-LYME) www.Lymefight.info Contactus@Lymefight.info
- Wichita Lyme Disease Support Group
Meeting are held the third Tuesday of the month . ( Don’t meet in December, June and July)
Location is Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church
645 N. 119th Street West, Wichita, Ks. 67235
Our goal is to help suffers and their loved ones feel understood and cared for while providing an environment that helps people feel less alone in their physical and emotional pain. We have group sharing and speakers throughout the year.Contact person Pam Reichenberger
Lyme Disease Statistics
Click Here for confirmed cases and estimated cases of Lyme disease in Kansas.
- New tick-borne virus discovered after the death of Kansas man
- Expansion of lone star ticks in Kansas
- Kansas in the Worldwide Lyme Protest 2013
- Pictures of Kansas Lyme Walk 2013
- Local residents stride toward awareness with Hope for Healing Lyme Disease Walk