Zoom Support

Hope, Help, Education, and Support

Many studies agree that when people attend support groups, in addition to seeing therapists or other professionals, their recoveries are stronger and longer lasting.

Zoom Peer Support Thursdays at 6:30 PM Central


Zoom Peer Support Fridays at 6:30 PM Central


Edmond Peer Support Saturdays at 3:00 PM Central


Lawton Peer Support Mondays 6:30 PM Central


Please read our meeting guidelines before joining us.

DBSA Support Group Guidelines

Share the air

Everyone who wishes to share has an opportunity to do so. No one should monopolize the group time.

One person speaks at a time.

Each person should be allowed to speak without interruption or side conversations.

What is said here stays here

This is the essential principle of confidentiality, it must be respected by everyone.

Differences of opinion are OK

We are all entitled to our own point of view.

We are all equal.

We accept cultural, linguistic, social, racial, and all other differences and we promote their acceptance.

Use “I” language

Because we don’t participate in discussion groups as credentialed professionals, we can’t instruct. We can, however, share from our own experiences. For example, instead of saying ‘you should do X,” say “when I was faced with a similar problem, I . . .” We should always frame our comments in the context of our own experiences.

It’s OK not to share

People don’t have to share if they don’t want to.

It’s everyone’s responsibility to make the discussion groups a safe place to share

We respect confidentiality, treat each other with respect and kindness, and show compassion.


We also offer in-person support groups. Do you have questions? Visit Support Group FAQs