There are several types of trichotillomania support available.
There are websites, forums on the websites, public groups, private groups and paid groups.
Included here is a partial list. If you know of groups that should be added or would like to be, please contact us and provide the information.
Treatment and health care advice should always be obtained from a qualified and experienced mental health professional or doctor.
Hair Pullers Anonymous
This is a small group. New visitors should call before their first meeting so that there will be someone to receive them.
A 12-step program for hair pullers only.
When: Meetings every Wednesday from 7:00-8:00pm
Where: The Youville Hospital Cambridge Street between Inman and Harvard Squares in Cambridge
Who: Contact Umaa (617) 970-9418 or Tom (781) 329-6111
The Monday Night Trichotillomania Support Group
When: First Monday of each month (except holidays) 7:00-8:00pm
Where: Youville Hospital Cambridge Street between Inman and Harvard Squares in Cambridge
Who: call Elaina for more info: 781-956-4410
Columbia Trichotillomania Groups
When: Call for times and days.
Who: Dr. Deborah Cole 301-596-5916 or 410-381-7551
TSN-THEO - Trichotillomania Support Network
When: 1st & 3rd Sundays of the month at 1:00pmWhere: Farmington Hills The Administration and Education Center at
Botsford Hospital, Grand River north of Eight Mile Road.Who: Bobbie phone: (734) 522-8907
When: First Tuesday of the month, 7:00 to 8:30 pm.
Where: 312 Grandville Ave.
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Who: Alan Carriero, MSW 616-356-1614 email:
Omaha Free Trichotillomania Support Group
When: once monthly
Where: Millard Public Library
Who: see the website
email: see the website
Portsmouth Seacoast Trichotillomania Support Group A free peer support group for anyone suffering from Trichotillomania in the New Hampshire Seacoast area from Southern Maine to Northern Massachusetts.
When: 6:30-8:00 pm on the 2nd and 4th Mondays 2nd Monday meeting is open to teens and adults; the 4th Monday meeting is adults only.
Where: Board Room at the Community Campus in Portsmouth, NH
Who: Kate email: seacoast_trich(at)yahoo.com
When: 1st Saturday of each month from 10 am to 11 am. Where: 385 N. King's Highway, Suite 205 Cherry Hill, NJ 08034 Who: Dr. Deibler 856-220-9672 email: mail(at)thecenterforemotionalhealth.com____________________________________________________
Where: once a month on a Thursday night from 7:30-9:30 pm at the homes of some of our members in Essex, Union and Morris counties.____________________________________________________
Who: Lisa phone: (973) 263-4518 (home - you can leave a message) email: ljp_edc(at)hotmail.com
The New Jersey TTM Support Group Mercer County/Central New Jersey
Support our kids/teens and each other, raise awareness of TTM, educate therapists, cosmetologists and other health care professionals including the public to promote the creation of new resources
When: Tuesday nights 7:30-9:00 PM Where: in the library at the YWCA, 59 Paul Robeson Place, Princeton Who: contact: Audrey email: mercertrich(at)yahoo.com____________________________________________________
When: Where: Who: suep3737(at)hotmail.com for more information.____________________________________________________
When: Tuesday evenings from 7:00-8:30 pm and Saturdays 11:00-12:30____________________________________________________
Where: Community center on the Upper East Side of Manhattan
Who: call 212-802-9496 for a detailed message.
When: Meeting dates: 3rd Saturday of every month 2-4 pm Where: 1818 Second Baxter Crossing Fort Mill Library at Baxter Village____________________________________________________
Fargo Trichotillomania Support Group
____________________________________________________ Mental Neurological Home Page Everything Mental and Neurological Glutathione. What is Trichotillomania takes a look at the condition. Is it a disease, condition. Is it psychological or mental. We have a different theory? Treatment for Trichotillomania looks at what is being done and what is working. There is a new treatment on the block. Not a medicine! Causes of Trichotillomania looks at the background of Trich. Trichotillomania Help will introduce you to some of the places you can get support and help. Etymology of Trichotillomania looks at the word history and origin or the term that is used to describe trichotillomania.
When: 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month from 3-4pmWhere: community room at 4333 15th Avenue S. Fargo, ND Who: Sandra Bodek 701-282-2904 website: http://www.myspace.com/ttmsupportgroupnd
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