There is a fair bit of available online information about Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders. Many of these resources have been developed and are maintained by others who also suffer from this same disorder. Here, we list a few of our favorite websites on OCD.
Obsessive-Compulsive Foundation
The Obsessive-Compulsive Foundation
The Foundation provides referrals to both treatment centers and mental-health professionals, and helps coordinate support groups, at the community level, throughout the world. Public education is conducted by the distribution of literature, lectures, and presentations. The Web site contains information about OCD, trichotillomania, and the disorder in children.

The National Instituteof Health (NIH) Medline Plus website is an excellant source of information and links to everything from medical news and clinical trials and ongoing research
OCD: NIH Medline Plus

Tourette Syndrome Plus
Leslie E. Packer, PhD
This site is jam packed with information about Tourette Syndrome and other childhood disorders. It is easily navigated (no frames). The information is presented in a clear and concise fashion.

NAMI/NYC offers practical support, education, and comfort to those who suffer or have family members suffering from neurobiologically based brain diseases. This site provides a tremendous amount of information on the coping, diagnosis, treatment, and advocacy of such diseases. The provided information is useful and up-to-date.

The Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Resource Center
Solvay Pharmaceuticals
Causes, symptoms, and treatment of OCD. The information on this site is offered to inform you of the kinds of medical treatment and emotional support that are available, both online and offline. Information was collected from OCD patients and medical experts. - 4 May 1998 - TKS

This material is intended for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for the medical advice of your doctor or any other health care professional. Always consult with your physician if you are in any way concerned about your health.

Revised May 30 2002

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