ADHD Self Help

Self Help and Information


ADDiSS (ADHD information services) National Attention Deficit Disorder Information and Support Service. People-friendly information and resources for parents, teachers, sufferers and professionals. Phone line also available 020 8952 2800

AADD-UK site for and by adults with ADHD What is ADHD?

ADDers promotes awareness of ADHD and provide information with as much free practical help to sufferers, both adults and children, and their families

ADD-vance a Hertfordshire based charity that supports families affected by ADHD, Autism or a related condition and the professionals who support them.

Royal College of Psychiatrists - information leaflet - ADHD in Adults


ADHD Foundation - The Neurodiversity Charity

CBT for ADHD or Coach: BABCP registered CBT therapist list available on:



Situations and life can change. You may also need help with your mental health in addition to ADHD symptoms.

To speak to someone about your mental health, you can contact:

  • NHS Direct on 111
  • Hertshelp for signposting to the most appropriate service 0300 1234044
  • Talking therapies self referral (
  • In an emergency call 999/visit the Emergency Department
  • Stay Alive App for services users and their carers/family to download Stay Alive App - Grassroots Suicide Prevention (
  • Samaritans Helpline Number 116123