Trusted Resources

Please note that this is a partial list of stuttering organizations and resources. 

American Board of Fluency and Fluency Disorders (ABFFD) – Speech-language pathologists who have been recognized by the ABFFD as having achieved advanced training working with people who stutter and their families. A list of Board-Certified Specialists in Fluency Disorders (BCS-F) can be found at

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is the professional association for speech-language pathologists. ASHA’s Special Interest Division for Fluency and Fluency Disorders (DIV-4) is comprised of clinicians and researchers who have expressed a particular interest in stuttering.

International Stuttering Association (ISA) is a not-for-profit, international umbrella association made up primarily of national self-help associations for people who stutter. This association seeks to provide a means whereby the voices of people who stutter can be heard at the international level.

The National Stuttering Association is the largest self-help support organization in the United States for people who stutter. Our mission is to bring “hope, dignity, support, education, and empowerment to children and adults who stutter, and their families.” You can also contact the NSA at (800) We Stutter (800-937-8888) or email us at

Passing Twice is a support organization dedicated to the needs of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender stutterers and their friends.

Stuttering Association for the Young (SAY) is dedicated to improving the confidence and communication skills of youth who stutter, ages 8-18.

StutterTalk is a weekly podcast dedicated to supporting people who stutter, their families, professionals, students, and the general public by talking openly about stuttering and by providing information about stuttering. Hosts talk openly about stuttering and interview people who stutter and leaders in the field.

Stuttering Foundation of America (SFA) The Stuttering Foundation provides free online resources, services and support to people who stutter, and their families, and supports research into the causes of stuttering. It also provides education, training, and information to professionals, parents, teachers and all those concerned about stuttering and is a valuable resource for Speech-Language Pathologists.

The Stuttering Home Page, maintained at Minnesota State University, Mankato, is dedicated to providing information about stuttering for both consumers and professionals who work with people who stutter. It includes information about research, therapy, support organizations, and conferences and other events. There is information specifically for kids, teens, parents and professionals.