Support Groups

  • Cherry Hill and Princeton (856)220-9672
  • Boonton (732) 208-2424
  • Howell (848) 702-5044
  • Piscataway (732) 208-2424
  • Randolph (973) 366-3564
  • Warren (908) 637-8806
  • West Windsor (609) 275-5487

Center for Emotional Health- Cherry Hill and Princeton

The Center for Emotional Health offers two free support groups for children, adolescents, and adults living with OCD. Family members are also welcome. These therapist-facilitated groups are not therapy groups, but rather a venue to share experiences and connect with others affected by OCD. Meetings are held at CEH-Cherry Hill one Saturday per month and at CEH-Princeton one weekday evening per month. The groups are open to all, whether or not they receive clinical services from CEH. If interested, please contact 856-220-9672 with inquiries.

North Jersey OCD Support Group at Saint Clare’s Hospital- Boonton

The North Jersey OCD Support Group at Saint Clare’s Hospital is open to all individuals with OCD and their family members and friends. The meeting day and time is the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month from 7:30-9pm. It’s located at Saint Clare’s Hospital, 130 Powerville Road, Boonton, NJ 07005. For further information, please call or send a text with your question and contact information to Chip @ (732) 208-2424. Or you can email OCDGroup@aol.com.

Parent Support Group in West Windsor

A Parent Support Group has been started in West Windsor. The group meets the first Tuesday of each month at the West Windsor Library. For more information, please contact Carey Bloom at 609-275-5487.

New Trichotillomania Group Forming In Mercer CTY/Central NJ

Looking for women of all ages to participate in a self-led support group. I recently moved from the Boston area, where I was in a support group for fifteen years. The group was immeasurably helpful to me on many levels, and gave all members the rare and wonderful opportunity to help each other live with this challenging disorder. I can’t overestimate the benefits of peer support and the freedom to discuss personal issues with women who share them. Please contact me at mercertrich@yahoo.com.

Parent Support Group in Randolph

A new support group for the parent’s of adolescents is forming in Randolph. For more information, please call Terry or Claire at (973) 366-3564.

Group in Howell

The Howell group is well-established and has been running for over 10 years.  It is moving to a new location as of August 15, 2018.  It will be held every Wednesday at St Veronica’s,  4215 rt. 9 North, Howell NJ, 07731. It runs from 8:15p to 9:45p in the Rectory basement. Basement door is on the side of Rectory. Please do not ring Rectory bell. Please call Ron if you can’t find door and he will come out and show you where it is located.  Until August 15 2018: It is held every Wednesday from 8:15 to 9:45 p.m. at Southard Grange #218, 4860 Hwy 9 South, Howell. For questions, call Ron L. at (848) 702-5044.

Central Jersey OCD Support Group at Rutgers University

The Central Jersey OCD Support Group at Rutgers University is open to all individuals with OCD and their family members and friends.  The meeting day and time is the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month from 7:30-9pm.  It’s located at Rutgers University, Busch Campus Psychology Building, 152 Frelinghuysen Road, Suite A258, Piscataway, NJ 08854.  For further information, please call or send text with your question and contact information to Chip @(732)2082424.  Or you can email OCDGroup@aol.com.

Warren County

Margaret DeCorso, who was on our “Living with OCD” Panel at our last annual conference, is trying to put together a Children Support Group in Warren County for children and adolescents. For more information, call Margaret at (908) 637-8806 or email m.decorso1@comcast.net.

OCD Support Group of Gloucester County, NJ

Meeting at
Inspira Medical Center Mullica Hill
700 Mullica Hill Road
Mullica Hill, New Jersey 08096
856-575-4329 In-house extension: X5432
Contact: Denise Berg
Email: thepinenut2@yahoo.com

Meeting Information:
Venue: Mullica Hill Hospital Lobby Conference Room 1C-401
Meeting day and time:
2nd Sunday of the month, 6:30-7:30 PM
Fee: Free
Description:
Our group provides mutual support and coping skills for children, adolescents, and adults who suffer from obsessive compulsive disorder and for their loved ones.
Additional Information:
Parking on-site. Go through the main doors and ask for the support group at the information desk.