This section is dedicated to the various support group options for a Lyme sufferer. Medical and FDA Disclaimers Below.

“I believe that illness has led me to a life of gratitude, so I consider my Lyme disease at this point in my life to be a blessing in disguise.” -Rebecca Wells


Crisis Awareness


A Note About FB: Some pages will be:
“Public”= anybody can see them.
“Private”= you can “request” to become a member. Only other members can see what’s posted.
“Secret” =you need a “friend” to “invite” you to the group. Only other members can see what’s posted.
ALSO, try searching your symptoms on FB as well. (For example, there are groups concerning acid reflux and / or gerd.)

Support Group Disclaimer: Common Sense dictates that the following is now added: Please exercise caution when meeting new support groups. While we DO recommend finding LOCAL support groups for their vast knowledge of area-based wisdom (i.e.  info on local doctors, therapist and such), we don’t want anybody meeting total strangers until they have done research on the group. Meet in public places. Take a friend. Safety First! 

Facebook Groups:

Lyme Friends

Global Lyme Alliance

Lyme Warrior

Lyme Disease Challange

Lyme Disease Posters

Treat Lyme and Associated Diseases

Lyme Disase One Day at a Time

Olivia and Friends

Lyme Now

Lyme Savvy

Lyme Truth

These are websites AND Facebook pages you can “follow.”

Richmond Lyme Alliance and Support group



National Capital Lyme Disease Association
Phone: 703-821-8833

Finding out where your closest National Capital Lyme Disease Association or Natcaplyme group is located is of the utmost importance. Your local group is made up of mostly Lyme sufferers and their care-givers. They come together to help people navigate through the massive load of misinformation that exists right now. They work locally and nationally to collect up-to-date information on Lyme. Sometimes, they have lists of area Doctor’s that have been known to be knowledgeable about Lyme. Sometimes those lists include alternative professionals as well; from holistic healers to herbalists to what-have-you!

ILADS; International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society:

Lyme Disease Association:



Crisis Awareness

Facebook Group:
Lyme Rage Suicide Prevention Group

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

or contact the Crisis Text Line by texting TALK to 741-741.

Suicide Prevention Website:

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Medical and FDA Disclaimers:

Medical Disclaimer:
Common Sense dictates that the following is now added: Please note that recommended reading and its practicum, product information, physical therapies, and any and all advice presented in this collection is intended for the convenience of the reader. For advice on medical issues you should always consult your local medical practitioner.

FDA Disclaimer:
The products and their practicum shown on this website or discussed in our communications have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Those seeking treatment for a specific disease should consult a qualified physician.

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