Swedish OCD Association Ananke

If Sv. OCD connected

Swedish OCD Association Ananke is a nationwide non-profit organization founded in 1989 with the task of supporting people with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and their relatives.

We want to increase awareness of OCD, which includes both compulsions and obsessions , to the public, but also to the people they forced victims face in health care. The international name for obsessive-compulsive disorder is OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) and are used interchangeably in this website in parallel with OCD. Learn more about what OCD is ”

HOW WE WORK

Our work is, among other things, to inform about the modern and efficient processing, publishing the newspaper “News of OCD,” arrange briefings and lectures, participate in newspapers, radio and television, building up local agencies and associations, arrange contacts between members, convey contacts to licensed behavioral therapists and arrange contacts to specialists in psychiatry. We have also signed a couple of experts with different yrkesspecialit√©er to our business.

Swedish OCD Association Ananke is a member of the HSO, Disability Federation with 43 affiliates in collusion.

Support groups in OCD

The project is implemented with the support of the Heritage Fund.

Now there is a unique chance to participate in OCD support groups for both you who have OCD and you are a relative

We need you!
We need each other!
We need knowledge!

New groups start in early autumn. Do not miss the chance for a better quality of life!

 

Swedish OCD Association Ananke is a member of GAMIAN (Global Association of Mental Illness Advocacy Networks) , a worldwide association for people with OCD and other related mental health problems.

  • Ananke is the name of the Greek edesgudinnan and as a founding member of the League, the late Professor Per Mindus, was behind.
  • Once again, welcome to the Swedish OCD Association Ananke!

National helpline!

  • If you need to talk to someone, it’s hard to find help if you are suffering or relatives can call the National Help Line.

The help line is a collaboration between multiple patient and family associations made possible by funding from the Swedish Inheritance Fund.

Days and times when you can reach them get by clicking on the link below.

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