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Our Purpose

The non-profit Vancouver Adult ADD Support Group was started by Pete Quily who is an Adult ADHD Coach who has ADHD in 2004. We're the Adult ADHD group of CHADD Vancouver. (Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder), started in 1996, an international non-profit group focusing on support and education and resources for children with ADD and their parents and adults with ADD.

We have members from Whistler to Delta to Mission. We're the only Adult ADHD Support Group in BC

For more BC CHADD Chapters and ADD related support groups, please visit Vancouver, BC Area ADD Related Non-Profit Support Groups & Other Organizations

For the national chapters, visit CHADD CANADA and CHADD USA.

5% of the adult population has ADHD. Approximately 90% of adults with ADHD are undiagnosed and untreated. Untreated ADHD can lead to major negative consequences in life.

This group is specifically oriented to deal with adult ADHD issues and concerns.

It is a peer support group and a forum where information about adult ADD can be exchanged. It’s a place where you can:




Meeting Info

The meetings will usually be a combination of focus on one topic relating to ADHD in adults and peer support.

Confidentiality is very important; so anything that's being said during the meeting has to stay between the members. That way people will feel comfortable in sharing their true thoughts and feelings. Please join us. I'll always post the day and topic of the next meeting on this page.

If you want to be on the mailing list of the meetings of the Vancouver Adult ADD Support Group and CHADD Vancouver, please email me and I'll add you to the list 


or call me at 604-263-6997



Pete Quily
Adult ADHD Coach
Vancouver Adult ADD Support Group Leader



Next Meeting

Please don't wear perfume or cologne to the meetings, some of our members are chemically sensitive.

Date: April 4th. 6.30-8.30

Topic: Hyperfocus. Our ADHD competitive advantage AND a problem too depending on a variety of factors.

Discussion Leader: Pete Quily Adult ADHD coach.


If you have any questions please email pete AT






    Meeting Location and Map

Our meetings take place in the basement at Raven Song Community Health Centre. It's at 2450 Ontario Street, Vancouver. 2 blocks west of Main St, and 1/2 a block north of Broadway. It has free parking in front, and the 99 B line stops there as well as the #3 main bus, #9, #8, and #19. It can fit 60 people.

We meet the 1st Tuesday of the month. The CHADD Vancouver meeting is the 3rd Tuesday of the month.

Vancouver Adult ADD Support Group location map Ravensong 1


Vancouver Adult ADD Support Group location map Ravensong 2



CHADD Children and Adults with attention deficit disorder Vancouver Chapter


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