Personalized help every step of the way
Receive personal support from a registered nurse (a real person!) for every step of your STELARA® treatment.
It’s the Nurse Navigator program, and it’s easy and free to enroll. After you sign up, your Nurse Navigator will contact you within 24 hours.
Your Nurse Navigator can help you with:
one-time IV infusion
Arranging for in-person
Connecting you to a specialist for cost and insurance coverage support
The nurse program is limited to education about your Janssen medication, its administration, and/or the condition it treats. It is not intended to provide medical advice, replace a treatment plan you receive from your doctor or nurse, or serve as a reason for you to start or stay on treatment.
Information about injecting STELARA® after the first IV dose
If your doctor decided that you or a caregiver can give you injections of STELARA® at home, you should receive training on the proper way to prepare and inject STELARA®. Your Nurse Navigator can answer most of your questions about self-injections and can even conduct in-person training.
Not enrolled in Nurse Navigator yet?
This video shows you an overview of how to self-inject.
Bathroom access when it’s most urgent
When a 14-year-old Crohn’s disease patient named Ally was denied restroom access at a popular Chicago mall, she decided to act.
In 2005, the Restroom Access Act—also known as Ally’s Law—was passed. It states that retail stores that do not have a public restroom must provide access to their employee restroom to any person with a medical condition, including Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. As of October 2019, it has been passed into law in 16 states. Included here is a restroom access card that will assert your legal right to a bathroom in those states.
Select a state to see if it enforces Ally’s Law: