Leaders: Aaliyah, Jasmine, Jen & AJ
Sessions: 90 minutes
When: 2nd & 4th Mondays at 7 pm ET/6 pm CT / 5 pm MT / 4 pm PT
Dates: June 10 & 24, July 8 & 22, August 12 & 26, September 9 & 23, October 14 & 28, November 11 & 25, December 9 and 23

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Each of us has a unique ADHD journey, discovering what we have in common brings us together. You don’t have to figure out ADHD on your own. You can talk to people just like you.

This group provides support to African American adults with ADHD. This is a safe, non-judgmental environment to learn about ADHD, share your experiences, and discover your ADHD strengths.

We provide trustworthy information to:

  • Better understand ADHD symptoms
  • Learn proven life strategies, and
  • Discover the current treatment options

Life is complicated.  Living with ADHD only complicates life more.  Join us for frank discussions on topics such as:

  • Sharing your diagnosis with family
  • Culturally competent mental health services, how to find them
  • Breaking the stigma

Do you have trouble with procrastination? Losing your keys? Forgetting? So do we.

Join us as we support and encourage each other on Monday nights.

At ADDA+, you’ll find everything you need to improve life with ADHD in so many ways. Come on in… to ADDA+.


Group Leader Information

Jasmine – BIO

  • Jasmine

    Originally from Providence, Rhode Island, the smallest state in the US, Jasmine’s background includes supporting elementary and secondary education, advocating for union workers, and volunteering within her community.

    With a passion for community Jasmine worked with members of her professional unit to launch an Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee and joined as a Treasurer-Elect of her organization’s Black Staff Association to give back and make a difference. Her hopes are centered around alleviating barriers to promotions, professional and personal development, and sharing tools of mindfulness, breath work, and gratitude cultivation through encouragement and appreciation.

    Jasmine personally attributes her adhd management with implementation of intersectional tools of psychology, spirituality, and therapy.

  • Jen – BIO

  • Jen Glover

    Hey folks! I’m Jen Glover and my ADHD journey started in late 2022. Like a lot of late diagnosed adults, I had no idea I had ADHD but I knew I was wired differently. With the new ADHD lens, the why of my past struggles made so much sense. I found ADDA a few months later and was immediately embraced by an understanding, supportive, and empowering community. I have grown so much since joining ADDA and I was called to serve in Aug 2023. I gladly answered and it brings me great fulfillment to facilitate the African Americans/Black Diaspora + ADHD support group. In between groups, I serve on other ADDA volunteer committees–working to enhance the experience for members, am a dog mom to my boy, Diesel, and work as a program manager in the tech industry.


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