Contact details for English-speaking support groups and meetings for AA (Alcoholics Anonymous), drug aid, cancer support meetings, AIDS and more...
- Meetings, in English, for the Alcoholics Anonymous group are held throughout Metro Manila.
There are also Al Anon meetings for friends and family of alcoholics and Co-Dependents (CoDA) meetings.
- Find a schedule for Al-Anon and CoDA meetings in Metro Manila
Narcotics Anonymous meetings are held regularly throughout Manila, for those wanting to learn to live without drugs.
- Find schedules for NA meetings in Metro Manila
S.E.L.F. (Self Enhancement for Life Foundation) is a therapeutic community for the treatment of drug abuse. It provides residential treatment as well as rehabilitation services
Philippine Cancer Society: Provides support to help people with cancer cope with their illness.
- Philippine Cancer Society
Tel: 02 734 2126 / 02 733 3486
- Find contact details of cancer support groups in the Philippines
Pinoy Plus Association Inc.: Provides support and care to people with HIV/AIDS.
Positive Action Foundation Philippines: Support for people living with HIV and AIDS.
- At: Bahay Kanlungan Center, 2615 Dian Street, Malate, Manila
Tel: 02 404 2911 / 02 528 4531
Support for Victims of Crime
Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption: A group of volunteers that provide support to victims of crime and corruption.
- At: Unit 601 Pacific Corporate Center, 131 West Ave. Quezon City
Tel: 02 352 0174
Child Rescue Protection (Bantay Bata): Foundation helping and protecting children who have been affected by domestic violence and child abuse.
- Tel: 163
At: ABS-CBN Foundation Building, Mother Ignacia Avenue Corner Eugenio Lopez St. , Quezon City 1103
Family Planning Organization of the Philippines: Provides family planning and reproductive health care services.
- At: #50 Doña Hemady Street, New Manila, Quezon City
Tel: 2 722 6466
Philippine Mental Health Association: A private organization dedicated to the promotion of mental health. It has a number of programs and services including education and information services, as well as clinical and diagnostic services.
The Philippine Commission on Women (PCW) is the main advocate in the Philippines of gender equality and women empowerment. Its role is to relay gender and feminist concerns to the Philippine government.