Internet Conference for Young People with CFS/ME

Announcing CFS-Y


There's a new group for young people with myalgic encephalomyelitis/ chronic fatigue syndrome on the Internet called CFS-Y.

Many adults have benefited tremendously from the friendships, information, and daily support their online support group has given them. And now kids & young adults can, too!

CFS-Y will connect young people all over the world with others who live with this illness. The discussion is moderated by a young person with CFS, and only registered members are able to read and write messages to the group.

To join:

  1. Send an e-mail message to Listserv@sjuvm.stjohns.edu and for your message type
    SUB CFS-Y yourfirstname yourlastname
  2. When you are sent the registration form, please fill out and send back to CFS-Y-Request@sjuvm.stjohns.edu
  3. In a day or so when you receive the "Welcome to CFS-Y" letter, please read carefully for instructions on how to participate in the discussion.

If you don't have Internet access but would like to get it, you might want to obtain the free pamphlet "CFS/ME Electronic Resources." For a printed copy, please send a stamped, self-addressed, legal-sized envelope to the following address in the USA:

CFS/ME Computer Networking Project
P.O. Box 11347
Washington, DC 20008-0547

Canadians should send to:

CFS/ME Computer Networking Project
3332 McCarthy Road
P.O. Box 37045
Ottawa, Ontario K1V 0W0

From outside of the USA or Canada, please send to either address and include an International Reply Coupon to cover return postage. The guide is also available for download from the Project ENABLE BBS in West Virginia, tel. 1-304-759-0727, file area 23, filename CFS-NET.TXT.


If you have any questions about CFS-Y or would like more information, please contact E. J. Henes at EJHenes@aol.com

Web page design by Bill Jackson, 1998.

Any comments? Send them to Bill Jackson at cfsdays@yahoo.com

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