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The Family Support Network is a database of parents, children, teens, adults, relatives and friends willing to exchange mail or e-mail about diabetes, babysit, help out college kids, and meet newly diagnosed families. If you're struggling with a new diagnosis, have a question that you can't seem to answer, or want to help others, this is the place. Once you've found a friend, click on their name to see their personal information (and photo) or click on the 'Send a Message' link to send them an e-mail.

Family Support Network
The Family Support Network includes 5657 people and 3983 children from all 50 US states and 87 countries.

Search for a Friend
Find someone else just like you, whether you have diabetes or care for a child who does. Parents, you can even search for a babysitter near you! Find yourself if you'd like to change your information.

Become Part of the Family Support Network
Join the other parents, teens, kids, adults and friends.

More information about using the Family Support Network.

Terms of Use
The Family Support Network is for the private use of our visitors. Use of the information in the Family Support Network for marketing purposes of any kind is expressly prohibited. Use of the Family Support Network constitutes acceptance of these terms of use.

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