Our Events

OCD Youth Canoe Outing!

Join us on 7th September for our epic 3k under 25s canoe challenge on Coniston Water! (Or if you don’t fancy joining us, sponsor our group to show your support)

We’ll all be meeting on that (hopefully) sunny Sunday afternoon  in Ulverston for an exciting Lake District activity day.

As well as challenging ourselves to a 3k canoe challenge around Coniston Water, we’ll be doing some other warm up activities too, such as orienteering or raft-building (we’ll leave this up to you/the weather!)

OCD Week of Action is back: 19th-25th February 2018

We love kicking off the new year with exciting events and campaigns, and this year is no different to last! Our annual campaigning week OCD Week of Action, will be running this year from 19th-25th February, and we want you all to get involved!

What?

OCD Week of Action (OCDwoa) is a campaigning week where we are encouraging everyone to take action against OCD. 

OCD Action Stakeholder Day - speakers confirmed

In less than a week, we will be heading to Liverpool to host our annual Stakeholder Day event!

This event is a brilliant chance to meet other people affected by OCD (including family and friends), have your say on our work and share your ideas with us, and hear from expert speakers. We have two really exciting guest speakers coming along to the event to share their expertise with you all. Read more about them in the poster below!

 

 

OCD Action's Stakeholder Day

Liverpool, Saturday 25 November 2017

OCD Action’s next Stakeholder Day is now just three months away! This event gives us an opportunity to discuss our work, and to consult with members, supporters and other stakeholders about our future plans. It is an opportunity to have your say!

Facilitator Day 2016 round up!

On the Saturday 22nd October 2016, OCD Action’s Even Better Together support group project (funded by Big Lottery Fund) held its fourth annual Facilitator day in Birmingham (De Vere venues). The day is always a great opportunity for UK OCD/BDD & Hoarding support group facilitators to network, learn and share their experiences of running a peer support group. This year we welcomed 46 people, who represented 29 support groups.

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