Connect to Confidence with the Coloplast® Care product and lifestyle support program

Having an intimate healthcare need can be life-changing, and it’s natural to have questions. That’s why Coloplast designed Coloplast Care – a product and lifestyle educational support program that offers help and education when you need it. Whether it’s through our online educational articles, or by phone with a dedicated personal Advisor, we’re here to help you live a better life.

Coloplast Care includes:

Dedicated Coloplast Care Advisor

Individualized lifestyle support and product access coordination led by a Coloplast Care Advisor

Tools for Self-Assessment

Routine self-assessments through the MyOstomyLife App or My Continence Check to identify and address concerns

Clinician-validated Education

Personalized, clinician-validated education and free tools, information, and samples*

Coloplast Care is free of charge and available to ostomates and intermittent catheter users, regardless of the brand of product.

Get started today!

visit or call 1-866-226-6362 for continence support

or 1-877-858-2656 for ostomy support.

Coloplast Care is available 8 am – 6 pm CST, Monday – Friday. Se habla español!

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Looking for additional support? Coloplast Care also offers webinars and podcasts that feature inspiring stories, product and lifestyle advice, and tips to help you gain confidence

Coloplast Care Live! Webinars provide peer-to-peer support and an opportunity to share inspiring stories and product and lifestyle tips.

Real Talk: Bladder & Bowel Conversations with Coloplast Care is a new podcast series that helps intermittent catheter users gain confidence in their routine through inspiring stories and reliable product and lifestyle advice.

*Limitations apply. A valid prescription is required to receive free samples of intermittent catheters.

Coloplast is a registered trademarks of Coloplast A/S.

Information from Coloplast® Care is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to substitute for professional medical advice and should not be interpreted to contain treatment recommendations. You should rely on the healthcare professional who knows your individual history for personal medical advice and diagnosis.