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At times, living with ADHD can be an isolating experience for girls and women and the people who love them.

Connecting with others who have had similar experiences, in addition to receiving appropriate clinical care, ensures that girls and women with ADHD feel supported and can reach their full potential.

We are currently developing online platforms to allow for virtual support groups. Please sign up for our newsletter to receive updates about this and other initiatives of the Duke Center for Girls & Women with ADHD.

The Duke Center for Girls & Women with ADHD does not provide clinical services. Locate clinical services in your community using the link below.

Free virtual support groups for pregnant or postpartum mothers or birthing people with ADHD

Postpartum Support International (PSI), in partnership with the Duke Center for Girls & Women with ADHD and NC Maternal Mental Health MATTERS, offers free virtual support groups for pregnant and postpartum moms and birthing people with ADHD. Pregnancy and postpartum period can bring up unique challenges for those with ADHD. Through this online group, mothers and birthing people will connect with others, talk about experiences, learn about helpful tools and resources, and receive and give support to one another.