There are multiple informal support groups offered, free of charge, for sufferers in the greater Jacksonville, FL area.

Please note that due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, all support groups are currently taking place via Zoom. For info on attending the Zoom meetings, please contact and specify which group you’d like to join.

Adult OCD / Anxiety Support Group

Our member-led adult OCD/anxiety support group meets the first, third, and fourth Thursday of each month from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM via Zoom.

The group is ideal for OCD and/or anxiety sufferers over the age of 18. It aims to educate, inform, support, and instruct members about obsessive-compulsive disorder, which includes but is not limited to setting personal goals, learning strategies for ameliorating symptoms, sharing success stories, working together for mutual benefit, providing support to the family system and/or significant others, and promoting the common good of all members regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, sexuality, and religious affiliation.

All group sessions are led by someone diagnosed with OCD and/or a caregiver for someone with OCD.

Family / Caregiver Support Group

Our family/caregiver support group is ideal for those who care for someone with OCD, as well as OCD sufferers themselves.

The group meets on the second Thursday of each month virtually via Zoom indefinitely due to COVID-19. from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Adolescent OCD Support Group

Our goal in this support group will be to share our stories, struggles, and successes as we learn new ways of coping and develop compassion for ourselves and others. Meetings are the Third Tuesday of each month from 7-8pm on zoom. Ages 13-17 from anywhere are welcome to join!

This group will not be held during the summer months (May – July). During this time, you are encouraged to attend the Family and Caregivers Support Group who meets on the second Thursday of each month virtually via Zoom indefinitely due to COVID-19. from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM


OCD Jacksonville is not responsible for the support groups within our catchment areas. These peer-led groups are by and for people with OCD and their loved ones; they are not meant as a replacement for psychotherapy or psychiatry. We suggest the IOCDF be used as a resource for treatment options locally and nationally.