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North Texas Chapter of CHADD Support group in Dallas County

When:  3rd Wednesday of each month unless noted otherwise.

Meetings are FREE, however CHADD groups are financially supported by memberships and donations, so we kindly ask you to consider joining CHADD to help support our mission of improving the lives of those affected by ADHD. Your CHADD membership or donation at the meeting will help support our satellite.

Time:  7:00-8:30 p.m.

Location:  Adults and Parents         
Building A, rm. A-201                    
Brookhaven College.                      
3939 Valley View Ln.
Farmers Branch, TX. 75244

Pass through the S building. Directly behind the S building (just north of it) is the A building.   We meet in the A building, room A-201.  This room is on the corner of the A building and has glass all around it.  There are signs, but other than that, it is hard to miss.  phone cell: 469-767-6866

Led by Jan Seltzer or Mike Garza, or Carol Acosta  

Our goal is to educate and empower others with information by sharing common experiences. We explore helpful ideas and knowledge from others about living with AD/HD and children, relationship issues, work issues, self, latest research, treatment options, and other resources. Please, come and join us.

Driving Directions: LBJ (635) West, go North on Marsh Lane. Turn right (east) at the third traffic light, Valley View Lane. About 100 yards on the left is the entrance to Brookhaven College. Park in front of the S building.  It has flags flying in front, or you can park to the right of the S building it  walk in behind it between the S building and the A building. 




Tarrant CHADD support group
Monday's (4th Monday of the month) 
Time:  7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Address: 2625 E. Southlake Blvd., Suite 160, Southlake, TX 76092

Questions? Call Kari Dossett (817) 751-5430, Dulce Torres (817) 707-6264, 

Or Check out the *Chadd Tarrant County Support Group* Page on Facebook.
 No Childcare is available, please no children under 17. For more information, or to find research on ADHD, go to


Hello Chadd Friends,

Board members of the North Texas Chapter of CHADD, attended the Chadd International Conference in Orlando this past Nov.The conference was exciting and highly informative, the cutting edge science was fascinating! It was such an honor to be surrounded by many of the most influential minds in the field who are so dedicated and passionate about their work with ADHD. These are the folks who write the books and articles we read!
Of course, its important to remember that aside from the science, the conference was about community and support. The science is meaningless unless we utilize it. Putting people and ideas together is imperative as we work to educate ourselves and those in our lives who still don't "get it." On that note, you will be hearing this more and more from us...Get educated. Get to know others. Get involved!
We hope you plan on attending our next meetings, and feel free to bring others with you! Thanks for all you do.
Kari Dossett
Chadd Tarrant County Support Group Co-facilitator
North Texas Chadd Board of Directors
P.S. Next year's Chadd conference is already being planned and will be in San Francisco, would love to see you there!
Dulce Torres,



For more information on AD/HD please go to 


or google North Texas Chapter of CHADD, for our local website info. 



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This information was last updated on: 09/17/2014

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