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CHADD of San Fernando Valley - Los Angeles is a non-profit that provides evidence-based ADHD education and peer support opportunities for individuals and families impacted by ADHD. You can find our upcoming events online at the ADHD Empowerment community on Meetup. We welcome all who are affected by ADHD or involved in supporting ADHD individuals. Connect with our members on Facebook and MeetUp.


Join our MeetUp group HERE to access our upcoming event schedule and RSVP for events (required to attend). You don't have to be a CHADD member* to attend our events. We do kindly suggest a $5-$10 donation per meeting from non-members to help us offset costs for space and materials. Our organization is 100% managed by our volunteers and through donations. You can make a tax-deductible donation online. 


"Understanding ADHD" Speaker Meeting via Zoom for 2022 more info
Our "Understanding ADHD" speaker meeting is an educational gathering intended to serve the entire ADHD community. A typical meeting will include a presentation from a professional with insights on a particular aspect of living with ADHD, followed by an opportunity for discussion and Q&A. Attendees typically include parents, grandparents or caregivers of ADHD children, adults with ADHD, partners of adults with ADHD, educators, clinicians, child development specialists, and ADHD professionals. We unite to learn, connect, and discuss the challenges and solutions of living with ADHD. Adults and teens (13+, accompanied by an adult family member) are welcome. A $5-$10 tax-deductible donation is kindly requested and can be made in advance online.


"Parenting ADHD" Parent / Caregiver Peer Support Group via Zoom for 2022 more info
This group is a safe, supportive, and judgment-free environment for parents and caregivers of ADHD children to reflect on and share our parenting challenges and successes, learn from one another, develop new strategies and skills, and discuss local resources. To promote a safe environment for sharing, this support group is ONLY open to parents, grandparents, and caregivers of children with ADHD. Meetings are organized and facilitated by parent-volunteers with the support of ADHD professionals. Our members are connected between meetings via a private online support group, available 24/7. A $5-$10 tax-deductible donation is kindly requested and can be made in advance online.


“ADHD Empowerment” Adult ADHD Peer Support Group via Zoom for 2022 more info
These meetings offer a supportive, judgement-free environment where adults 18+ can reflect and share about the challenges of living with ADHD, set meaningful goals with group encouragement, and work to improve our lives. Some of us were diagnosed as children and others only recently. Some choose medication while others cannot or do not. Regardless of our differences, we come together united by our diagnosis, to speak directly with others like us who truly understand the experience of living firsthand with ADHD. To promote a safe environment for sharing, this support group is ONLY open to adults 18+ with ADHD. A $5-$10 tax-deductible donation is kindly requested and can be made in advance online. We are grateful to ADHD brain, advocate, and speaker Jessica McCabe of for partnering with us as a founding member of this group.


SFV Parents of ADHD Children - Online Support Community more info
SFV ADHD Adults - Online Support Community more info
Our local, online support groups are great if you're looking for support between our face-to-face meetings or even if you haven't been able to make it to one yet. G
roup privacy settings keep all posts - and group member names - private to everyone except the members of the group. Here, you can access your peers 24/7 to:
+ ask for suggestions about current challenges
+ share your successes with people who "get it"
+ find accountability partners to help you set and reach your goals
+ share and learn tips, tools, and skills
+ find and share local resources


*Although not a requirement to attend our local meetings, we urge you to consider becoming a member of CHADD for just $53 annually (and select CHADD of San Fernando Valley as your chapter). Your tax-deductible membership dues not only support CHADD's work nationally and benefit you - they also have a positive impact our chapter locally. For each new member affiliated with our chapter, we receive a modest donation from CHADD national. For that we are so grateful. Aside from that, our chapter is funded by donations collected at our meetings and from a handful of supportive community partners. Every $1 counts to support our chapter's mission of providing free or very low-cost resources to improve the lives of those in the Los Angeles area who are impacted by ADHD.


If you're seeking information for something that is time-sensitive (an IEP/Section 504 meeting at your child’s school) or you're seeking a professional with ADHD expertise, please contact CHADD’s National Resource Center on AD/HD (NRC), online at or by phone toll-free at 800.233.4050 (press option 2, Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm EST). The NRC is staffed by trained health information professionals who can answer questions about ADHD and share helpful information and resources.

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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 or contact the CHADD National office at (301) 306-7070.


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