Local Meetings

ADHD Child and Family Services located in Tigard hosts groups that are available to people who are not patients. These groups include child social skills group, Organization and Time Management Training for ADHD, and parenting groups.

Children and Adults with ADHD (CHADD) local meetings:

Stumptown (Portland) CHADD
Adult support group meets 6:30-8PM every 3rd Tuesday of the month, at conference room B in the Wilcox Bldg. N.W.22nd and Marshall in the Pearl District, enter through the parking lot.

Eugene CHADD adult support group
2nd Wednesday of the month from 7-9pm at Lane County Mental Health.

*Please call your local CHADD group to confirm dates and times.
Do you know of another area group that would benefit from being listed on this page? If so, please let us know, email: [email protected].

Facebook Community

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ADDitude magazine publishes expert information about ADHD symptoms, treatment, discipline, organization, learning, and more for children and adults.

Facebook ADDitude – ADHD Support Group


Meetup is a platform for finding and building local communities. People use Meetup to meet new people, learn new things, find support, get out of their comfort zones, and pursue their passions, together. Meet Your Tribe Adults with ADHD PDX

Stay Focused. This app through Google Chrome allows you to restrict the amount of time you spend on time-wasting websites.


How to ADHD

Dr Russell A Barkley ADHD-The 30 Essential Ideas Everyone Needs to Know


ADHD: A Hunter in a Farmer’s World by Thom Hartmann

Atomic Habits : An Easy and Proven Way to Build Good Habits and Break Bad Ones by James Clear



Help Advisor


Suggested Reading

Barkley, R. A. (2013). Taking charge of ADHD: The complete, authoritative guide for parents. NY: Guildford Press.*

Barkley, R. A. & Benton, C. M. (2010). Taking charge of adult ADHD. NY: Guildford Press.*

Barkley, R. A. & Benton, C. M. (2013). Your defiant child: 8 steps to better behavior, 2nd Ed. NY: Guildford Press.

Hallowell, E. M. & Rately, J. J. (2005). Delivered from distraction. NY: Random House.