ADHD Peer Support Group

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ADHD Peer Support Group Sheffield is attended and run by adults who have ADHD or think they may have ADHD. Anyone who feels they meet this criteria is welcome to attend meetings. The group follows and embodies the NSUN Peer Support Charter.

The group meets on the second Wednesday of the month. They have begun meeting face-to-face once more, however this may change subject to COVID-restrictions. You can receive updates about when the next meeting is by joining their mailing list, which you can do by emailing them.

Face-to-face meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month, from 6pm, at the upstairs meeting room at the NHS Walk-In Centre on Broad Lane in Sheffield. This is a few minutes walk from West St (Sheffield city centre) which is well served by buses and trams. There is a council run pay and display car park opposite the Walk-In Centre in front of the Co-op.

If there are any changes, they will do their best to notify all members on the mailing list, usually around 24 hours before the meeting or as soon as they are made aware.

The group also occasionally has friends or family of attendees joining sessions as well as professionals who work in areas relating to ADHD, neurodiversity and mental health.

Covid update 27/09/21: Most services continue under covid-safe conditions but may be experiencing changes to how or when they deliver their service. Contact ADHD Peer Support Group Sheffield directly for the latest information.

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Sheffield NHS Walk-in Centre, 75 Broad Lane, Sheffield, S1 3PB