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    • 27th Annual OCD Conference

      Join us July 8-10 in Denver!

      Pre-registration has closed but onsite registration opens on Thursday, July 7th at 2pm MT

      at the Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center on the Third Floor

      Check out the full schedule

    • OCD can be isolating for any child.

      Your support can help.

      Together, we can work to ensure OCD isn't something a child ever has to endure alone.

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    • Looking for other resources?

      Check out our additional websites below!

      OCD in Kids Hoarding Disorder Body Dysmorphic Disorder Anxiety in the Classroom Anxiety in Athletes

    Find Help

    Search the Resource Directory for therapists, clinics, support groups, and other organizations specializing in OCD and related disorders in your area.

    Learn More About OCD

    OCD and related disorders affect more than 1 in 100 people around the world — but there is hope. Learn about treatment, research, and other resources that can help.

    Get Involved

    Make a difference by becoming a member or donating to the IOCDF, and support our mission to help all individuals with OCD to live full and productive lives.

    NEW Perinatal OCD Resource Center

    Perinatal OCD (often referred to as “Postpartum OCD”) is a mental health condition that can be experienced by parents of any gender and can occur during the pregnancy period and/or after the birth of a baby. It is a relatively common perinatal mental health condition, estimated to be present in 2 to 3 percent of all parents, though recent studies believe the number may actually be higher.

    Visit the Perinatal OCD Resource Center >

    Resources for Anxiety in the Classroom

    Our Anxiety in the Classroom site has information and resources for helping to manage anxiety and OCD in a school setting. Teachers, administrators, and other school personnel will find useful tips for spotting symptoms and talking with students and parents; and parents and students will find tools to help them advocate for school accommodations.

    Visit Anxiety in the Classroom >

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