Information and Support Websites ADHD Nonprofits
Information and Support Services
Phone and email help through the National Resource Center on ADHD Hot Line, a program of CHADD subsidized by government grants
- The NRC is the only national resource where people can receive an individualized response from a Health Information Specialist knowledgeable in the full range of issues concerning ADHD. We receive inquiries from all over the United States and more than 20 countries. Our English and Spanish-speaking Health Information Specialists respond to queries Monday–Friday, 1–5pm EST. If you have a question or would like to talk to somebody about ADHD, call 800.233.4050.
You can also call 211 to locate services. They may help you appropriate treatment and agencies. There’s also a website if you want to search for yourself. ADHD, Learning Disabilities or Parenting classes yield good results. (Link works) Washington Information Network – 211
Washington State Nonprofit and State Organizations – A good collection of local agencies offering help for ADHD, Learning Disabilities, and Mental Health. – Find support groups, information, provider directories, educational advocacy, parenting classes, and low-cost services.
Washington State ADHD Treatment Providers – Note: ADD freeSources does not endorse or recommend any provider or services listed. Nor should NOT being included on the list affect your choice of provider. Most were chosen simply because they were associated with ADD Resources or local CHADD groups at some time and I could find their contact information.
Many groups will continue to meet. Olympia has a new location, but the others will continue to meet at the same time and places. Get on your local group’s mailing list so you can keep in touch.
CHADD sponsors Parent groups in Bellevue, Kirkland, Renton, University Place, and Silverdale.
- ADHD Websites– From Starter Information to Comprehensive Coverage
Other ADHD nonprofits
Join CHADD – http://www.chadd.org/ The leading non-profit national organization for children and adults with ADHD hosts hundreds of local support groups around the nation. They have an informative website, run the National ADHD Resource Center and publish Attention Magazine. FREE Monthly Ask the Experts Chats and/or Webinars. They’ve also got a great Facebook page! (Membership – Individual or family – $53, Student $41, Professional $130)
Get on their mailing list!
Join ADDA (Adults with ADD) – Membership is the key to access on-line support and personal contact through their ambassador program and peer support groups- http://www.add.org/ Must be a member to access their monthly Webinars, $10 for others, but they have top names presenting. Thier website and monthly email are FREE to all. ($55 a year for a family, $20 for students, and $50 for individuals) Can be paid monthly.