Depression and bipolar disorder can be isolating illnesses, but DBSA support groups can help you connect with others who have been there as well. Visit a DBSA support group and get the support that is essential to recovery.
What Makes DBSA Unique
DBSA is led by and created for individuals living with a mood disorder, and that experience informs everything that we do.
What’s Different About DBSA
- Peer-led: More than half of the DBSA staff and board members live with a mood disorder and all DBSA support groups are facilitated by peers.
- Targeted: DBSA focuses solely on depression & bipolar disorder.
- Nationally recognized: DBSA is nationally recognized for our Peer Specialist training services, our mental health advocacy work, our expansive peer support network, and as an expert on the subject of mood disorders.
- Innovative: DBSA provides leading-edge, interactive online resources.
- Wellness-centered: DBSA informs, empowers, supports, and inspires individuals to achieve the lives they want to lead.