CAMBERLEY - GL Amanda 01276 63595
CARSHALTON - GL Maxine 0844 887 2577
GUILDFORD - GL Denise 0844 887 2358
HORLEY - GL Trudi 01293 408323
BRIGHTON & HOVE - GL Caroline 0844 8872 376 - Group now Closed
EASTBOURNE - firstname.lastname@example.org
0844 887 2477
UCKFIELD - GL Gillian 0844 887 2367
WEALDEN - GL Carol 01892 610038
BRACKLESHAM - GL Teresa 01243 670783
CHICHESTER & BOGNOR REGIS - GL Carolyn
HORSHAM - GL Stella 0844 887 2383
SELSEY - GL Teresa 01243 670783
WORTHING - GL Nichola 0844 887 2394
For information about where the above groups meet please see the meetings' page.
The Fibromyalgia Association UK (FMA UK) is a non-profit making organisation working towards raising awareness of fibromyalgia (FM) in the UK.
"I, myself, have battled for years to find a reason for my problems and finally I have been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia Syndrome and Hypermobility Syndrome. What I have learned to realise is that no one appears to have heard of either and that there is little awareness or support for sufferers particularly in rural areas such as Herefordshire."
A Fibromyalgia support group and help line, who meet regularly in Sunderland, Tyne + Wear
The Nottingham and East Midlands support group for fibromyalgia is based at the City Hospital Nottingham which is run voluntarily for the members by the committee and committee helpers. This website contains information about the group and what they do along with information about fibromyalgia to help people diagnosed to understand their condition.
Through the group we want to encourage sufferers to realise that you do not need to be a
victim. There is now much more information on the internet which looks at ways of coping
and managing with this condition.
Informal drop-in support meetings. Partners and carers are welcome and encouraged to attend too. Meetings 1st Tuesday and 3rd Monday each month.
Fibromyalgia Association Scotland (FMA Scotland) was started in November 2003 to provide information, advice and support for people with Fibromyalgia throughout Scotland. To work in Partnership with other organisations, voluntary and statutory groups to promote awareness of Fibromyalgia and to advise and assist the establishing of Fibromyalgia Support Groups throughout Scotland.
A new site, under construction - looks promising
Fibromyalgia Support Northern Ireland, the primary charity within Northern Ireland offering support to Fibromyalgia sufferers, their family, friends and carers.
Another new site, under construction - also looks promising
Information A to Z, Aware Magazine, Newsletter, Fibro Store, and Clinical Trials
Not just a web support group, but a live, physical group ready to help; dental/vision information and more for Social Security disability
A local support group with a global reach. Washington DC area events, e-mail encouragement and information, and website with pages of books and videos, newsletters, clinical trials, practitioners, resources and links, articles, Q&A, support group listings and more. Includes information for Elly's Gratitude Group for CFS, FM, and orthostatic Intolerance, a mind-body-spirit discussion group meeting by teleconferences.
Links useful to people in USA & Canada