The NSA has chapters throughout the country to offer support.
For more information about what stuttering is:
”...provides free online resources, services and support to those who stutter and their families, as well as support for research into the causes of stuttering.” (www.stutteringhelp.org)
Stuttering is Cool is a podcast produced and hosted by Daniele Rossi. Daniele has stuttered since he was a kid and tries never to let it hold him back. In fact, that’s the mission of his podcast— to encourage the same in his fellow stutterers.
A vividly powerful memoir of a young woman who fought for years to change who she was until she finally found her voice and learned to embrace her imperfection. http://katherinepreston.com/outwithitbook/
Stutter Social is an organization that connects people who stutter (PWS) through Google+ Hangouts.
For those who don't know what a Hangout is, it's a group video conference call where you can see and talk to up to 10 people at a time. You'll need a Google+ account in order to participate in a Hangout and you can get one at http://plus.google.com. Participating in a Hangout is a fun, free, and safe way to connect with other PWS. Discussion often revolves around stuttering-related issues, but sometimes we just chat about our day or a good movie. http://www.stuttersocial.com/index.php
The International Stuttering Association is an international association made up of national groups which is guided by a board of directors with the aim of helping others understand stuttering.
Changing how you think about stuttering...one podcast at a time.
StutterTalk® is a non-profit organization. Since 2007 they have published 400 weekly episodes featuring people who stutter, researchers, speech-language pathologists, leaders in the self help community, family members, famous people who stutter and others. StutterTalk is the first, longest running podcast on stuttering. The episodes are downloaded or played 14,000-20,000 times a month.
is a national organization created to provide a network of love and support for children and teenagers who stutter, their families, and the professionals who work with them. http://www.friendswhostutter.org
thisisstuttering is a true story about Morgan Lott, a college student with a stutter. During the summer of 2012, Morgan pursued another round of speech therapy to try to fix his speech impediment for the final time. Through speech therapy sessions, personal reflections, and public assignments, Morgan seeks to get a handle on a stutter that has plagued him for years, discovering himself in the process. thisisstuttering invites you to witness a raw, authentic story of a stutterer and his pursuit of self-discovery and healing from the impediment that 1% of the population suffers from. http://www.thisisstuttering.com/
There are many, many resources available! These are just a few to help.