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Depression And Bipolar Support Alliance (Dbsa) Dallas

Depression And Bipolar Support Alliance (Dbsa) Dallas
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PhoenixRisingSupport
Posting ID:
3835o5029
Location:
3525 Lawler Road Garland, Tx
Telephone:
972-815-9491
Tags:
 mental   health   recovery   support   groups   depression   bipolar   borderline   personality   disorder   anxiety 
Category:Groups
Address:
3525 Lawler Road
Garland, TX 75042

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Meets 2nd Monday of each month

Support Group Dates:

October 11, 2010


November 8, 2010


December 13, 2010


January 10, 2011


February 14, 2011


March 14, 2011


April 11, 2011


May 9, 2011


June 13, 2011


July 11, 2011


August 8, 2011


September 12 , 2011


October 10, 2011


November 14, 2011


December 12, 2011


January 9, 2012


Time: 7:00pm - 8:30pm


Location: North Texas Area Christian Church (Western Heights Christian Church)


Address: 3525 Lawler Road Garland, TX 75042 (Near the intersection of Jupiter Rd)


Facilitator: Teena A.


These activities are open to all members and non-members alike.


Please feel free to bring family members and/or friends.


I hope to see you there.


The 25 million Americans coping with mood disorders and their families need a greater understanding of how these illnesses affect their lives.We all need support from people who have been there and who understand our journey. After proper diagnosis and treatment, the support from others is vital to a lifetime of wellness. DBSA chapters can provide that support and much more.

As independent affiliates of DBSA in their communities, DBSA chapters offer more than 1000 peer-run support groups where you will find comfort and direction in a confidential and supportive setting, and where you can make a difference in the lives of others. The selection of services offered differs by chapter, depending upon the needs of its participants. Most support groups are volunteer run and provide self-help through facilitated meetings. They are not group therapy, however, our chapters have professional advisors (typically a psychiatrist, psychologist, nurse or social worker) from the community.

In addition to participating in the group meetings, you will meet people from your community who can relate to your experiences. You may learn valuable information about mental health professionals and services in your area ,as well as tips and techniques others use to manage their illness.

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