ZEPOSIA is a once-daily pill for adults with moderate to severe ulcerative colitis (UC).
Take as directed by your doctor if certain liver problems exist.
When it comes to managing UC, there are many resources and materials that can help. Here you can find materials to download about ZEPOSIA and UC and discover advocacy organizations.
A Guide to ZEPOSIA
An overview of ZEPOSIA with clinical study results, safety information, support information, and more.
An app to help you get started and stay on track
The Redi.Health for ZEPOSIA app is a tool that can help support you on your UC journey. It includes medication tracking, UC-friendly recipes, information on ZEPOSIA, and more.
There are two ways to get started:
Download the Redi.Health app from your mobile device and enter code ZEPOSIA.
Rather use the online version? Click here to sign up and get started.
A Guide to Starting Treatment
A helpful guide and checklist that explains the steps for getting started on ZEPOSIA once you and your healthcare provider have decided it’s right for you.
Restroom Access Card
A card that can be downloaded, printed, and carried around, explaining your legal rights to gain access to a bathroom, according to some states’ restroom access legislation. Click here to learn more about this law.
Works to improve the quality of life for BIPOC who are affected by inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), digestive disorders, and associated chronic illnesses.
Unites the IBD community to promote public awareness about Crohn’s and colitis.
A non-profit organization dedicated to finding cures and improving the quality of life for those with Crohn’s and colitis.
Supports and empowers women with inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis).
Provides educational resources and support group opportunities, posts for Crohn’s and colitis.
An organization providing comprehensive, patient-centered psychosocial support and educational programs.
Empowers patients with IBD to realize the power of their own story.