How can I get help/support for anxiety?
You may wish to consult the Anxiety Disorders page of NAMI’s website where you will find information on the condition, current treatments, ways to support recovery, and links to NAMI Discussion Groups that focus on topics related to Anxiety Disorders.
Additionally, the following resources may be of help:
- Anxiety & Depression Association of America (ADAA) offers in-depth information on anxiety, depression, OCD, and PTSD and co-occurring disorders, including treatment, resources, and support group information. Through the ADAA Support Group Locator you can search for in-person and online support groups that focus on support for individuals as well as families of those living with the condition.
- The Anxiety Network and Social Anxiety Association provide information and referrals for the treatment of anxiety and depression and ways to support recovery, including a (limited number) of in-person support groups.
- Phobias Awareness is a free, online community forum for people experiencing anxiety to connect with others to gain support and learn coping techniques.
- Additionally, Mental Health America also maintains a Support Group Locator to direct you to a variety of organizations that offer support groups for consumers, and their family members and friends. Some support groups are peer-led, while others may be led by a mental health professional.
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