Though you may feel isolated by your anxiety or anxiety-related disorder, you are not alone. Forty million adults in the United States have an anxiety disorder, and support is an important part of recovery.
ADAA Support Group Listing
Please DO NOT call ADAA's office with support group inquiries. Calls are not answered on a daily basis as ADAA is not a direct service organization. All support group information we have available can be searched by city/state in ADAA's support group listing here.
*Please note: Listed groups are not updated on a regular basis. Please confirm all group information with the listed contact and/or on the listed website in advance of attendance.
Any listing does not constitute an endorsement by ADAA of the support group, individual group leader, or affiliated institution or organization. ADAA does not endorse the use of a support group as a substitute for proper diagnosis and treatment. Please check with your health care provider about the benefits of joining a support group as part of an overall treatment regimen.
Learn how to start a support group.
You can also find support group listings here:
- Mental Health America (a comprehensive listing of national support groups and website resources)