Support Groups: Geneva Left Bank

Groupe Sante Geneve
Support for those whose lives are affected by HIV/AIDS. 9, rue du Grand-Pre 1202 Geneva.
Geneva Association for the Hearing Impaired
Association for the hearing-impaired. Boulevard Helvetique 27  CH - 1207 Geneva.
Fondation Officielle de la Jeunesse
Youth assistance and family support. Rampe du Pont-Rouge 4 1213 Petit-Lancy .
Geneve Accueil
An association supporting French expats and Francophone people. At 1200 Geneva, Suisse.
Cancer Support
English speaking cancer association offering support to cancer sufferers and their families.
Arc-en-Ciel Suisse
French speaking organisation for grief management of death of a child, open to parents and siblings. 
Centre Genevois du Volontariat
A volunteer association in the social and culturel field. At 7, Avenue Pictet-de-Rochemont 1207 Geneva.
Action Innocence
An association fighting against pedophilia and sexual abuse on the internet. At 4, rue Viollier 1207 Geneva.
Hopiclowns Geneva
Non-profit organisation helps hospitalised children keep a smile n their face with the aid of clowns. 
Terre des Hommes Suisse
The associations aim is to bring sick children who could not be treated in Switzerland. 
Association Avec Vous
Association helping and supporting people having family and health problems. 
Maison Internationale des Associations
Association helping to fight for human rights, ecoglogy, sustainable development and protection of the environment. 
Pere Pour Toujours
Information for fathers on how to maintain their relationship with their children after divorce and separation. 
Service de Protection des Mineurs
Useful source of info concerning the protection of young people. At Boulevard Saint-Georges 16 Case postale 75 1211 Geneva 8.
Societe Cooperative Objectif Vaincre lAutisme
Organisation providing help to parents of autistic children, in particular regarding dietary intervention. 
Stop Suicide
Association for the prevention of suicide. Helps and supports people in difficulty. 
Make A Wish - Switzerland
Grants the wishes of children and young people aged between three and eighteen living with a life-threatening illness.