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All over the world, restless legs syndrome (RLS) support groups are bringing people together to share their experiences, coping strategies, and to build a community of care on which RLS patients and their families can depend.

The RLS Foundation currently has over 70 support groups and a network of remote support contacts throughout North America, or see our list of international RLS groups.

Use this search tool to find support in your area, or browse our list of upcoming North America support group meetings for additional meeting details:

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Support Group Map

Support Group meetings and Quality Care Centers are represented on this map of the United States. If you don’t see a support group meeting in your area, please consider starting one! If you are interested in leading a support group in your area, first review the requirements and then submit your completed application. For questions or additional information, please contact Hillary at 512-366-9109 or

Upcoming RLS Support Group Meetings



Northern Illinois RLS Support Group

Northern Illinois When: Thursday, August 31, 2017
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Where: John and Carol Walter Ambulatory Care Center, Conference Room E, 2180 Pfingsten Road, Glenview, IL 60026.
Topic / Speakers: Dr. Smita Patel of Northwest Memorial Hospital will be discussing "RLS and Relaxation Techniques."

This building is immediately west of Glenbrook Hospital. The conference room is located in the lower level of the Ambulatory Center.

For more information or to submit a question in advance of the meeting, please contact Bob Hartnett at

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