Quebec ADHD Support Groups

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These ADHD support groups are provided as a public service. Adult ADHD Coach Pete Quily does not endorse or recommend any specific group.

Meeting places and time vary. Please contact the group to confirm places and times.

No ADHD support groups in your area? Don’t follow the apathetic horde, make a difference and start up an ADHD support group, here’s how you can to do it. We are not boring folk, and being kind to other people helps boost your dopamine and alos refresh your karmic seeds which expire when they ripen.

Since most of these group are volunteer run organizations, please try and help the group leaders by volunteering some of your time.

One reason ADHD support groups shut down is that the people running it get burnt out because they’re often doing most of the work themselves and others don’t volunteer to help out.

If one of these ADHD Support groups has changed their contact information and you want it updated please let me know.

Also, if you know of any ADHD support groups in Quebec that aren’t listed here that should be, please email me

P.A.N.D.A. (Parents Aptes a Négocier le Déficit d’Attention)

Network of ADHD Support Groups in Quebec for parents of children with ADHD. En Francais.

They have several branches in Quebec.


ADD Family Resource Centre.

4855 boul. des Sources
Pierrefonds, H8Y 3C8
Tel: (514) 685-5912

Types of groups:

1. Pre-Teen Group – A social skills group to make friends and learn about themselves.
2. Parental Support Groups – Providing emotional support and education through the group’s personal experiences, the use of videos, and guest speakers.


Learning Disabilities Association of Quebec and the Queen Elizabeth Health Complex Support Groups

Queen Elizabeth Health Complex
2100 Marlowe
and 2111 Northcliffe
Montreal, H4A 3L5
For information and registration call
Linda Aber at (514) 487-3533
Types of groups: They run a series of 10 week support groups for adults, teens and parents with ADHD, learning disabilities, oppositional/defiant disorder and general parenting, education and family support issues

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