As parents, ourselves, we know it’s hard to know where to turn and whom to trust when looking for help with raising your complex kids. While we don’t know all of the local service providers out there, we DO know some AMAZING resources that you can access from anywhere you have internet service! If you’re looking for help we don’t offer, then click below — just like us, these people and organizations are doing great work supporting families all over the globe.

Friends of ImpactADHD (a.k.a. cool people and other orgs that do great work!)

This site liberates adults with ADD/ADHD and those affected by it (Family, employees, health professionals, etc) from fear, shame, and stigma.

A video series and coaching programs to teach adults how to “crush” their ADHD, by the charismatic, creative genius of Alan Brown.
(Promo Code: IMPACT15).

Is it a struggle to accomplish even everyday tasks?
The challenges of ADHD/ADD are very real.
There is hope. ADHD Coaching can help
Succeed with ADHD.

 Hallowell Centers offers Strength-based ADHD Diagnosis and Treatment for all ages

 Training & Support for Managing

 ADD Women: Born to be Extraordinary!
(Promo Code: ImpactADHD).

 About-FACE Forward Action for ADD/ADHD. Social Skills Training for Parents.

Kids in the House
The ultimate resource for parenting videos.

" ADHD and Marriage" a couples
seminar for adults with Melissa Orlov

Executive Strategies for Success
(use Promo Code IMPACT)

Psych Central - Mental health &
psychology information and support.

ADD Consults ~Helping women with
ADHD get unstuck and on track

Online assessment of Executive Function strengths, challenges, strategies & tools. For everyone!

Teaching the Change
We want to see in the world.

ADHD Treatment, Couples Therapy,
Cognitive Therapy, Parent Coaching

More Great Stuff (a.k.a. solid websites and programs you can trust!)

International non-profit organization providing education, advocacy and support for individuals with ADHD.

A national clearinghouse for the latest evidence-based information on ADHD. Supported by Cooperative Agreement with the National Center on Birth Defects Developmental Disabilities (NCBDD) at the CDC

Provides access to qualified, professional coaches for students with ADHD as part of a multi-modal treatment program.

ADHD Information Station with host, ADHD Coach Jeff Copper, PCC, ACG, CPCC, MBA.

Core brain and body science. Psychiatry and mind evolve.

The ADD/ADHD section is one of those fabulous "go-to" sites for everything you want to know.