Who we are
CHADD of Iowa offers speakers, trainings and educational information on ADHD. Whether you are a parent of a child with ADHD or a newly diagnosed adult with ADHD, you are in the right place. If you would like to become involved with CHADD or need more information, please contact .
CHADD of Iowa has branches in the following cities. Click on each city for more information.
If you are not a CHADD member, or are new to CHADD, please sign up using our online form and enter your contact information so that we can contact you about local activities. Your privacy is protected and will not be used for any other purpose except to contact you about CHADD programs and activities.
The National Resource Center on ADHD offers an ADHD Helpline with Health Information Specialists who respond to public inquiries, via telephone or the website. 1-866-200-8098. Monday—Friday, 1 pm—5 pm EST.
Learn more about the Parent to Parent Training on ADHD (fee)
Parent to Parent provides educational information and support for individuals and families dealing with ADHD and learning to navigate the challenges of ADHD across the lifespan. Courses are offered online.
Adult to Adult This training is designed specifically for adults newly diagnosed with ADHD or for adults who suspect they may have ADHD.
Learn more about the Teacher to Teacher Training on ADHD (fee)
Teacher to Teacher provides educational information and support to teachers whose students have ADHD. Courses are offered online and were designed for teachers by teachers.
CHADD does not endorse or represent products, services, publication, medications or treatments. Meetings are FREE and open to the public, although membership with CHADD is strongly encouraged, since your local group will receive a portion of your dues to continue supporting your community.
CHADD Local Support Groups and Affiliates Need Your Support
CHADD has local support groups in every state in the United States. Each group offers programming or information specific to their geographic area. These groups offer assistance for parents, children, young adults, adults and other stakeholders (psychologists, teachers, doctors, etc.). These groups provide advocacy, support, networking and information to those affected by AD/HD in their communities.
Ways you can support these efforts are as follows:
Donate to this effort
Contact your local CHADD group to advocate for support groups
Contact your school district to host and support newly forming or current groups
Contact your local community foundation or other foundations in your area to support this effort
For questions on these, or any options to support CHADD please visit our web site at https://chadd.org or contact the CHADD National office at (301) 306-7070.