CHADD is part of a social movement that seeks to shape the conversation on how society treats, accommodates, and views people affected by ADHD. Our movement is made up of countless people affected by ADHD, their families, teachers, friends, and leaders in the fields of ADHD research, education, and mental health. We realize the most effective way to accomplish our goals is through sustained and strategic outreach to policymakers on the state and federal levels.
We are making a difference for for families and adults affected ADHD. And we need your help! We want you to be equipped with information to make a difference in your own life, whether that means dealing with issues in the classroom, the boardroom, or your living room.
In September 2016, CHADD conducted a survey about health insurance coverage and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in the United States. More than 1500 people from all 50 states and Washington, D.C. took part in the online survey and answered 15 anonymous questions about their personal experiences seeking access to services and medications for their,…
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- Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities
- Mental Health Liaison Group
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- Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law
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- American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
- National Alliance on Mental Illness
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