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Our Meetings

The list below shows the meetings we are currently offering online. For additional information on a particular meeting, click on the corresponding "More Information" link.


  • Anxiety Support
    Our anxiety support groups are for individuals with anxiety, panic or phobias of all kinds. You will learn about anxiety and discover self-management tools to master the challenges that it presents. You will also have the opportunity to share your thoughts and feelings with others who have similar experiences, and grow through mutual support. Led by a Certified Peer Specialist, these meeting are confidential and anonymous. You choose how involved you would like to be. If you don't feel comfortable talking - it's OK to just listen.


  • Bipolar Support Group
    These meetings are specifically for individuals who are suffering with Bipolar Disorder. While many Bipolar sufferers deal with mania or hypomanic episodes, most experience depression regularly. The combination of course is quite difficult. In these meetings you will have the opportunity to compare notes with others and get encouragement and ideas that you can use. Register for one of these meetings soon and see how they can help you while you also help others.


  • Depression Support for People of Color
    This meeting is designed, led and attended by people of color who are diagnosed with a depressive disorder or believe they may have a depressive disorder. Led by African American group leaders, the intention of this group is to create a safe space for sharing people of color stories, questions and concerns - for this reason, individuals who are not of color may NOT attend. Our engaging video-based groups provide self-help education and peer support. Led by a Certified Peer Specialist, these meeting are confidential and anonymous. You choose how involved you would like to be. If you don't feel comfortable talking - it's OK to just listen.


  • Employed and Depressed
    These Depression Recovery Group meetings are designed to bring together people who are working while they are battling with depression. Suffering with depression is a huge challenge in itself. When we are depressed and also need to work, it can be even more difficult to carry on. Join with others who are also on this journey. Learn about how you can better deal with the complications of working while striving to feel better. Get encouragement and partner with others to restore your energy, focus and hope. Register today!


  • Get It Done When You're Depressed
    Depression robs us of many experiences in life. We want to have a sense of accomplishment through our actions, but we often feel unable to act. When we try to move forward, it feels like we are in slow motion. This can lead to stopping important tasks before we even get started. Depression affects not just our work, but can impact every part of our lives including how we think. Lack of getting things done when we’re depressed can diminish our sense of self which lowers our energy to face life. It’s a vicious cycle that we can end! This series of meetings are designed to help you move on with life, even when you’re depressed.


  • LGBTQIA+ Support
    This meeting is designed, led and attended by those in the LGBTQIA+ communities who are diagnosed with a depressive disorder or believe they may have a depressive disorder. Led by LGBTQIA+ group leaders, the intention of this group is to create a safe space for sharing LGBTQIA+ stories, questions and concerns - for this reason, individuals who are not LGBTQIA+ may NOT attend. Our engaging video-based groups provide self-help education and peer support. Led by a Certified Peer Specialist, these meeting are confidential and anonymous. You choose how involved you would like to be. If you don't feel comfortable talking - it's OK to just listen.


  • Depression Support Group
    This meeting is designed, led and attended by those who are diagnosed with a depression or believe they may have a depressive disorder. The intention of this group is to create a safe space for sharing depression stories, questions and concerns. Our engaging video-based groups provide self-help education and peer support. Led by a Certified Peer Specialist, these meeting are confidential and anonymous. You choose how involved you would like to be. If you don't feel comfortable talking - it's OK to just listen.


  • Women's Depression Support Group
    Women often have a very different experience with depression than do men. More women report that they are depressed and often they are more forthcoming about the emotions and issues they experience. Come join this women's only group. Share with other women. Learn from other women. Support yourself and others as you move toward recovery.




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