Support Groups

Dealing with hair loss can be emotional, but you don't have to face it alone.

There are numerous local and online communities where you can find understanding, shared experiences, and emotional support.

Below are a few resources to consider:

American Hair Loss Association: This national organization provides resources, support, and help for individuals dealing with hair loss. They have numerous online forums to connect with others sharing similar experiences.

Alopecia World: This online social networking site is geared towards individuals experiencing hair loss, particularly alopecia. It's a great place to find support, share experiences, and connect with others who understand what you're going through.

Bald Girls Do Lunch: Specifically for women dealing with alopecia, this organization hosts lunches in various cities allowing women to connect, share their stories, and support one another in a safe environment.

Children's Alopecia Project: This organization supports children dealing with hair loss and their families. They have various local groups where you can connect with other families navigating a similar path.

Local Support Groups: Many cities have local support groups for individuals dealing with hair loss. These groups can often be found in hospitals, clinics, or local community centers.

Remember, seeking support and connecting with others who understand your experience is okay. Everyone's journey with hair loss is unique, but you don't have to navigate it alone.

And remember, we are always here to provide the support and guidance you need.