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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

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