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Local and national support groups can be found on the web, through local libraries, your health care provider, and the yellow pages under "social service organizations."

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  • Allergy - resources
  • ALS - resources
  • Alzheimer's - resources
  • Anorexia nervosa - resources
  • Arthritis - resources
  • Asthma and allergy - resources
  • Autism - resources
  • Blindness - resources
  • BPH - resources
  • Breastfeeding - resources
  • Bulimia - resources
  • Burns - resources
  • Cancer - resources
  • Cerebral palsy - resources
  • Celiac disease - resources
  • Child abuse - resources
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome - resources
  • Chronic pain - resources
  • Cleft palate - resources
  • Colon cancer - resources
  • Cystic fibrosis - resources
  • Depression - resources
  • Diabetes - resources
  • Digestive disease - resources
  • Drug abuse - resources
  • Eating disorders - resources
  • Elder care - resources
  • Epilepsy - resources
  • Family troubles - resources
  • Gastrointestinal disorders - resources
  • Hearing impairment - resources
  • Hearing or speech impairment - resources
  • Heart disease - resources
  • Hemophilia - resources
  • Herpes - resources
  • Incest - resources
  • Incontinence - resources
  • Infertility - resources
  • Interstitial cystitis - resources
  • Kidney disease - resources
  • Leukemia - resources
  • Liver disease - resources
  • Loss of a child - resources
  • Loss of a spouse - resources
  • Lung disease - resources
  • Lupus - resources
  • Migraine - resources
  • Multiple sclerosis - resources
  • Muscular dystrophy - resources
  • Myasthenia gravis - resources
  • Ostomy - resources
  • Overeating - resources
  • Pain - resources
  • Parkinson's disease - resources
  • Prostate cancer - resources
  • Psoriasis - resources
  • Rape - resources
  • Reye's syndrome - resources
  • Scleroderma - resources
  • Scoliosis - resources
  • Selective mutism - resources
  • Sickle cell anemia - resources
  • SIDS - resources
  • SLE - resources
  • Speech impairment - resources
  • Spina bifida - resources
  • Spinal injury - resources
  • Tay-Sachs - resources
  • Troubled families - resources
  • Victim assistance - resources

 

 
  • Support group counselors

    Support group counselors - illustration

    Counselors sometimes work with a group of people (support group) to help identify problem issues and direct members towards understanding and personal wellness.

    Support group counselors

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    • Support group counselors

      Support group counselors - illustration

      Counselors sometimes work with a group of people (support group) to help identify problem issues and direct members towards understanding and personal wellness.

      Support group counselors

      illustration

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      Review Date: 12/10/2016

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