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If you are having thoughts of death or suicide, call 1–800–273–8255 (TALK), or if you need immediate assistance, call 911 or go to a hospital emergency room.
For additional information and tools regarding depression, anxiety and/or bipolar disorder, we invite you to visit our parent site. The following are some quick links to some of the many pages that you might find particularly helpful:
  • Screening Center: Fill out a confidential questionnaire to see if you might be experiencing signs of depression, mania or anxiety.
  • Learn about Depression: Learn about the illness, its signs and symptoms, treatment options and the prevalence of depression that occurs with other medical illnesses such as heart disease, diabetes, anxiety, etc.
  • Learn about Bipolar Disorder: Learn about the illness, its signs and symptoms, treatment options and the prevalence of bipolar disorder that occurs with other medical illnesses such as heart disease, diabetes, anxiety, etc.
  • Learn about Anxiety: Learn about the illnesses, the signs and symptoms, treatment options and the prevalence of anxiety that occurs with other medical illnesses such as heart disease, diabetes, depression, bipolar disorder, etc.
  • Educate Yourself: Browse through more than 40 different DBSA publications about mood disorders, treatment options or challenges and information on how others can help.
  • Find a Support Group: You are not alone! Find a support group near you using our convenient search tool. DBSA chapters run more than 1,000 peer-led support groups across the United States.
  • Watch & Listen: At DBSA's online Recovery Education Center, take a class, watch videos and listen/subscribe to podcasts.
  • Sleep Better: Good sleep habits have a significant impact on maintaining wellness. Get tips and information on how to improve your sleep. You can even request a "sleep kit."
  • Take Action: Make your voice heard. At the DBSA Advocacy Center, send letters to your legislators about critical mental health issues with just a couple of mouse clicks.
  • Change a Life: Donate to DBSA to help create and maintain programs like Facing Us as well as a host of other initiatives, including—but definitely not limited to—training, peer specialist certifications, chapter programs, online resources and advocacy efforts.
  • Habla Espanol? DBSA's website is also available in Spanish at www.DBSAlianza.org.

Additional Resources

For an exhaustive list of mental health resources, visit www.DBSAlliance.org/resources.

Contributing Resources

DBSA would like to thank the following individuals and/or organizations that have donated their time, talent and/or resources to the Facing Us Clubhouse.

  • Yoga Practices: Provided by Debbie McDermitt, CYT, LCSW and Stellaria Natural Health Studio, Chicago, Illinois. (www.stellarianaturalhealth.com)
  • Meditation Exercises: Provided by Leah Harris
  • Contest Promotional Video: "Facing Relationships" provided by Victoria Maxwell of Crazy for Life Co. (www.victoriamaxwell.com)
  • Contest Promotional Video: "Hands of Recovery" provided by Ariel Brenner
  • Comedy Clips: Provided by Stand Up For Mental Health comedy students and founder David Granirer - www.standupformentalhealth.com
  • Promotional Consideration: BP Magazine

DBSA would also like to acknowledge the talents of the following vendor partners.

  • Website Design & Construction:
  • Yoga Videography: Jason Weisner of Hype Media. (www.hypemediaus.com)
  • Journal & E-postcard Design: Mighty, Grand Rapids, Michigan and Joan Scott Design, Whitehall, Michigan

Tip College Students: 2

Check with your university's disability services department (or whatever your university's equivalent is) to see if you can register yourself as disabled by your mental illness. It should be completely confidential, and they can offer you ways to help make college a little easier to cope with.

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