People diagnosed with depression or bipolar disorder
People who think they may have a mood disorder
Supporters of a person with a mood disorder
We are a group of very special people who have been there. We share and still seek understanding and acceptance of the situations surrounding Bipolar Disorder and Depression. Through frank and open speaking, compassion, and real support the many individuals of the Rockland Chapter of DBSA have come together to create a cohesive unit that is vibrant and alive and offers hope and the means to help people help themselves. This group should be a welcomed part of your wellness program, or if you are a family member, or friend, of an individual dealing with Bipolar Disorder or Depression, the same applies. Peer-to-peer support is a proven path to recovery and wellness. If you are looking for a place, for people who can truly help you help yourself to change your life, waste no more time look no further, we'd love to see you Thursday night.
DBSA support groups are not run by professionals, but instead offer peer-to-peer support which is an important component of recovery.
When: Every Thursday -6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Where: St John’s Episcopal Church
365 Strawtown Road, New City
Any questions please contact:
Leslie at (845) 837-1182
Eileen (845) 208-1766
Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
There is NO FEE for attending the support group but donations are kindly accepted.
The Number of people who RSVP is not a true representation of the number of people who attend. Each support group meeting has between 40 and 50 attendees on average.