Resources Help, Resources & Solutions for OCD

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OCD Foundation
What is OCD?
Materials & Fact Sheets:
Intensive Treatment Programs:
"Because it takes a tribe" - excellent resource for connecting those in need of support with others that can relate. The tribe gives individuals affected by OCD an opportunity to connect, share experiences and support members from all over the world.

Anxiety Disorder Association of America

Madison Institute of Medicine

Stanford School of Medicine: Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders

OCD Center of Los Angeles (live and telephone cognitive behavioral therapy)

OCD Chicago
Unique, free and detailed guides to OCD and its treatment are available for download from the site in PDF format. These Guides are: How to Help Your Child: A Parent’s Guide to OCD; Relief from OCD: A guide for people with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder; Got OCD?: A Guide for Teens; and Overcoming OCD: A Guide for College Students. Also: OCD related news content on the home page that is updated regularly. Expert Perspectives – issue-specific articles authored by mental health professionals nationally recognized in the field of OCD. Personal Stories from real sufferers who have been successfully treated (both children and adults) and family members

Obsessive Compulsive Foundation of The San Francisco Bay Area

Two great sites with many informative articles & information:
Mental Health Resources, Support and Information:
OCD, Anxiety, Eating Disorders, Impulse Control:

Suggested OCD Resources

OCD Education Station This site is a unique resource designed to educate school personnel on how to identify and assist students who may have symptoms of Obsessive Compulsive disorder (OCD). The web site is designed to provide relevant and detailed information about OCD to all school personnel, including regular and special educators, school psychologists, social workers, counselors, nurses, administrators, and paraprofessionals. Educators are in a unique position to intervene when they observe symptoms of OCD at school and need information to enable them to do so. The OCD Education Station is also an essential tool for parents working with school personnel on managing their child’s OCD.

Family Healing Resources

OCD Recovery Centers of America

The Anxiety Treatment Center (Sacramento)

OCD Online

Learning Disabilities Association of America

Codependents Anonymous

Obsessive Compulsive Anonymous

OCD Self Help Test

ADD Resources

Tourettes Syndrome Association

Trichotillomania Learning Center

Cognitive Behavior Therapy Center for OCD & Anxiety

National Alliance for the Mentally Ill

MHA-Mental Health America

The Anxiety Community

Mindful Awareness Research Center at UCLA