Adult ADHD Support Group: For the first half of each meeting, a local professional will talk about an ADHD-related topic.
The talk will be followed by a Q & A session, and each meeting will end with a discussion and resource-sharing among participants.
Parent and adult support groups meet monthly at the Washtenaw Intermediate School District (WISD) Building at 1819 S. For more detailed information visit our website at Arbor-ADHD-ADD-Support/.
Autism Society of Michigan: Contact 800-223-6722 or visit state resources.Brain Injury Support Group: Ann Arbor: Michigan Chapter 3rd Thursdays - pm.Attention Deficit Disorder of Children & Adults: Washtenaw County Chapter of CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) for individuals with ADD and ADHD and their families.Speakers, support, education, and resources offered free to the community.Utilization of music, art, story telling, writing and play promotes the healing process. Beyond Affairs Network (BAN): Support group for dealing with a partner's affair.
BAN is a non-profit, volunteer, grass-roots organization which provides men and women who are dealing with a partner's affair to come together for strength, insight and mutual support.For meeting time/locations, call toll-free 877-969-0010; for more information about Compassionate Friends, visit Bereavement Support Groups for Children: Regularly scheduled sessions that allow children to interact with peers who have suffered similar loss, and to express their fears, anger, guilt and sadness in a secure and empowering environment.The group meets -pm, Tuesdays at the Washtenaw Intermediate School District, 1819 South Wagner Road, Ann Arbor. Contact Matthew Cunningham, LMSW at Ann Arbor [email protected] Children of Alcoholics: A list of meetings anywhere in the U. Visit AIDS Partnership- Michigan: Self-help groups for people who have HIV /AIDS, families, friends and the bereaved.Visit BAN's website at contact westmichigan [email protected] information on Michigan support group meetings.