Chronic Pain Support Groups
Find a support group that meets your needs
Chronic pain is often defined as pain lasting more than three months. Being in temporary pain is not easy. And, life can be especially challenging when your pain doesn’t go away for an extended amount of time.
Living with chronic pain limits your daily life and can have real effects on your mental and physical health. Finding a support group can help you learn how to live with chronic pain, and improve your life. You can get advice and tips from others on what has worked for them, and equally important have someone who understands when you need to talk.
You can download our Chronic Pain Support Group brochure or view information on this page.
Lincoln Support Groups
Coping with Chronic Pain
Gain greater insight and receive encouragement through this faith-based support group for chronic pain sufferers and the people who support them.
Lincoln Berean Church, Room E202
6400 S. 70th St. • Lincoln, NE 68516
For support group dates and times: Email Deb at Hershy@neb.rr.com for current group schedule. Group schedule changes based on season.
Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) for Pain Management
This support group helps you create a plan that is individualized for your needs and empowers you to achieve your goals. To learn more, visit bryanhealth.org/wrap.
Meeting time: Tuesdays from 4-5 p.m.
Location: Bryan Counseling Center, Bryan West Campus, 2300 S. 16th St.
on the 3rd floor of the Professional Office Building
No registration required.
Questions? Call 402-432-0158 to talk to a certified mental health peer specialist.
Nebraska Local Support Groups
Adult/Juvenile Arthritis - Nebraska Arthritis Foundation
Brain Injury Alliance of Nebraska
Click on: Find a Support Group Near You to download a list of Nebraska support groups
Multiple Sclerosis Support Groups
Click on: Resources and Support
Stroke Support Groups
Click on: Resources
Conference Call Support Groups
Pain Connection Live Conference Calls are held five times a month:
First 4 Thursdays:
1st Thursday – 12:30-1:30 p.m.
2nd Thursday – 6-7 pm.
3rd Thursday – 9-10 a.m.
4th Thursday – 1:30-2:30 p.m.
Last Saturday – 10-11 a.m.
You must register for each call. Calls are not taped. You can just listen – you do not need to talk unless you feel like it. There is no charge to participate, but standard long distance rates apply to the call.
For More Information:
Call: 1-800 910-2462
U.S. Pain-Affiliated Support Groups
U.S. Pain offers many in-person and over-the-phone support groups through its program called the Pain Connection.
Learn more at: https://uspainfoundation.org/resources/support-groups/
Online Support Groups
U.S. Pain Foundation is proud to collaborate with myHealthTeams. We encourage you to view these condition-specific support groups for more information, hope, community and empowerment. Search and download online and in the app stores.
Ouchie's goal is to ensure no one hurts alone. The free mobile application for smartphones and tablets was created by and for those living with chronic pain and offers pain tracking, a supportive community of patients, access to integrative wellness resources and rewards for daily accomplishments.
To download and learn more, go to www.ouchie.com.