Social Support Networking Alliance
This is a listing of
groups, social groups, e-mail lists, forums and/or blogs for those that wish to be
supportive of everyone that is out there helping people with HSV, HPV,
or any other STD. We are open to listing other support groups that cover
other health issues too! If you are linking to the SSNA please contact
me and let me know so I can look for the link and get you listed ASAP.
If you are linking to Yoshi2me.com then I've already got you listed on
my links page. Thanks guys! :)
Herpes Support and Social Group – Providing information and support to people for over 25 years, our mission is to provide people with accurate information, support and hope in a discreet manner.
We pledge to be fair and candid in how we treat an issue that is
difficult to talk about and share with others. We will also be vigilant
in protecting your privacy now that you have found us. Beantown Friends
is also a social group where you can get together with friends
throughout the year.
HELP – The Los Angeles area support center for people living and
dealing with the effects of herpes. We are a group run by and for people
with herpes. We have answers to your sensitive health questions. LA/OC
HELP is the Los Angeles and Orange County chapters of the Herpes
Resource Center. We also offer special private sessions for our
Picking Up the Pieces
– Welcome you to Picking Up the Pieces. Picking Up the Pieces (PUP) has
been around since October 1, 1998. For over a decade we have been
helping newbies come to terms with their diagnosis. Over 2,000 members!
Sexual Health Buzz – This is a blog about herpes and other STDs. Sometimes people will leave comment sharing where they are from and the type of information they are looking for. There is quite a bit of discussion taking place on the blog posts. People have also been sharing their stories through the blog’s contact page.
Shut Up and Post! STD Message Board – Here’s where people are talking about herpes as well as other STDs. Some of the other message boards aren’t as active as they used to be. I am finding more people tend to chime in over on this forum as well as by leaving comments on the blog.