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All DBSA Online Support Groups are gatherings of peers who assist, encourage, and enable each other in helping themselves. Each participant follows their own unique path to wellness and chooses to make that journey in the company of others headed in the same direction.


  • DBSA Family and Friends Support Group
    The primary participants in this group are family members or friends of individuals diagnosed with a mood disorder or who believe they may have a mood disorder. Those with mood disorders may attend but the topics of discussion will come from the friends and family perspective. The intention of this group is to create a safe space for sharing stories, questions, and concerns that the friends and family may have.


  • DBSA Online Support Group
    The primary participants in this group are people diagnosed with a mood disorder and those who believe they may have a mood disorder.
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  • DBSA Young Adult Support Group
    The participants in this group are people ages 18-30 who are diagnosed with a mood disorder or believe they may have a mood disorder. The intention of this group is to create a safe space for sharing the young adult stories, questions and concerns—for this reason, individuals older than this age range MAY NOT attend. DBSA would like to thank Rebecca’s Dream for their support of the DBSA Young Adult Online Support Groups - an extension of Rebecca’s Dream’s ongoing mission to promote awareness and compassion of depression and bipolar disorder as real diseases.




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