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Support Groups

Cocaine Anonymous
Support group to help those suffering from cocaine addiction and other drug addictions. Regular meekings take place at 12 Borrett Road, Hong Kong.
Overeaters Anonymous
Support group for people with eating disorders. Regular meetings take place at Kennedy Road, Hong Kong.
OCD and Anxiety Support Hong Kong
Monthly English speaking support group for adults aged between 17 and 68 who are suffered from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Anxiety Disorders.  The group provides participants with a safe and confidential platform for sharing their feelings.
Narcotics Anonymous Hong Kong
Nonprofit fellowship for men and women for whom drugs have become a problem. Regular English-speaking NA meetings are held in Hong Kong
Hong Kong Aids Foundation
A non-governmental charitable AIDS service organisation to help promote the fight against HIV/AIDS in Hong Kong. AIDS Helpline: 2513 0513
Diabetes Hong Kong
Provides social and medical support to people with diabetes and their families. Based at Tung Hip Commercial Building, 244-252 Des Voeux Road Central, Hong Kong.
Suicide Prevention Services
Hotline service dedicated to depressed, desperate and suicidal people of all ages. Administration telephone number: 2382 2007
Focus
Non-profit organisation to promote awareness of specific learning disabilities and ADHD and to improve education of physically challenged children. Resource library and regular meetings, workshops and social skills classes. At 313 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai.
Bereaved Parents Support Group
Friendship, support and understanding for parents who have experienced the loss of a child.
Mothers Choice
Non-profit organisation helping young girls faced with crisis pregnancies. Services include pregnant girls services, sex education, adoption services and foster care service. Based at 42B Kennedy Road, Mid-Levels, Hong Kong.
CancerLink Central
Cancer support centre providing information and support to those living with cancer and to their famillies. At 99 Queens Road Central, Central, Hong Kong.
Dyslexia Association
Association created to increase awareness of learning difficulties and provide support to families and people affected by dyslexia. Monthly meetings and special events are organised.
Camp Quality
International organisation providing support to children undergoing treatment for cancer, and to their families. Suite 602, Chinachem Leighton Plaza, 29 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.
Alcoholics Anonymous
Regular open and closed meetings held in Hong Kong, the New Territories, Lantau Island and Lamma Island.
Samaritans
Confidential emotional support provided 24 hours a day to those feeling suicidal or depressed, dealing with bereavement, feeling lonely, or worried about someone else.
TALK Hong Kong
Peer support group of women / femme survivors of child sexual abuse based in Hong Kong. Our aim is to provide a community for English speaking women who would like a safe place to talk to others who are in the process of healing.
The Parents Association of Pre-School Handicapped Children
Association providing support to parents of newborn disabled children, and promoting awareness of the lack of pre-school facilities for children with disabilities. Unit 1-2A, G/F, Tsz Fung House, Fung Tak Estate, Diamond Hill, Kowloon.
Against Child Abuse
Provides a service for the assistance of abused or neglected children as well as to parents who are having problems with their children. Chuk Yuen Centre at 107-108, G/F, Wai Yuen House, Chuk Yuen (North) Estate, Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon.
La Leche League Breastfeeding Helpline
Breastfeeding support and information through telephone help and monthly meetings. English speaking meetings take place in Central, Happy Valley, Tung Chung and Discovery Bay.
Red Cross
The Hong Kong Red Cross provides first aid training and health courses, has a number of rehabilitation services and a mobility equipment loan service. They regularly seek volunteers to help with disaster relief and development.
Society for the Promotion of Hospice Care
Providing palliative and hospice care and offering training, workshops and community education projects. G/F, 16 Ngoi Man Street, Shau Kei Wan, Hong Kong
People Bereaved by Suicide
The group meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 20:00 at the Mariners Club, Middle Road, TST (opposite the Sheraton Hotel). The group is sponsored by the Samaritans Suicide Prevention Service. Confidential, free, no commitment required.

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