Support Groups - ADAMH Board of Franklin County
ADAMH understands the benefit of support groups. Recently there has been an increasing awareness of the role that mental health support and self-help groups play in recovery from mental illnesses.

The list below was compiled to assist consumers and family members who are seeking more information. It is not a comprehensive list, but is compiled of support groups within our System of Care and other community partners. Additional support groups may be held at other ADAMH Network Providers. Please see the Our Network page for additional information about the providers in our ADAMH Board of Franklin County System of Care.

ADAMH would like to provide the following information to those looking for support through a support group.
Africentric Personal Development Shop, Inc.
Al-Anon/Alateen Family Groups
Alcoholics Anonymous
Alzheimer’s Association of Central Ohio
COAAA: Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging (Caregiver Support Groups)
Compassionate Friends – Supporting Family After a Child Dies
Concord Counseling Services
Down Syndrome Association of Central Ohio
Emotions Anonymous
Epilepsy Foundation of Central Ohio
James Care for Life – Grief Support
LOSS Community Services

LOSS offers 10-week and 8-week survivor of suicide loss support groups beginning in January, March, June, and September.

LSS CHOICES for Victims of Domestic Violence

Facilitator-led peer support groups provide a safe space for survivors to gain insight as well as support from each other. Childcare is offered during some sessions.

Medication Assisted Treatment Support: Hope Club

Wednesdays, 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Hope Resource Center

2596 Sullivant Ave

Columbus, OH 43204

Mental Health America Franklin County

Pro-Bono Counseling 614.884.7227
Support for Families 614.221.1441
Becca Alexander – Peer Support Services Program Manager 614.221.1441

Support groups for: Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar, POEM – Pregnant and Postpartum Maternal Mental Health, OCD, Voices Worth Hearing – Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective Disorder, other disorders with symptoms of Psychosis, Families in Touch – Friends and Family of Adults Living with Mental Illness

Mt. Carmel Grief Process Support Groups
Mt. Carmel Crime & Trauma Assistance Program
North Central Mental Health Services: Survivors of Suicide

Meets the last Sunday of each month at 1301 N High St, Columbus, OH 43201, from 7 to 8:30 pm.


Kobacker House bereavement support
The Dempsey Family Education and Resource Center

OSU Harding Hospital
Overeater Anonymous
Parents of Murdered Children 
Stonewall Columbus (LGBT Community)
Syntero, Inc.
VA Central Ohio Healthcare System – Behavioral Health
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