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  • Depression Bipolar Support Alliance - Arlington Heights

     DBSA - Arlington Heights has several support groups for adults and parents of youth and young adults. Please contact Leah at[masked] or [masked] for more information and to learn which group is right for you. 

    on Apr 4, 2017.

  • Depression Bipolar Support Alliance - Arlington Heights

     Dear Naoki Thank you for inviting me to your meeting. It was interesting to hear different people stating their present and past experience. However, I am very sorry; I was expecting more stimulating discussions and learn what people do with their illness. This is a wonderful group for those who are at the initial stage of their illnesses and looking for ways to cope with. I am thankful that I attended the meeting; however, I will not be attending in the future. Most sincerely. 

    on Dec 6, 2016.

  • Depression Bipolar Support Alliance - Arlington Heights

     This group gives people living with mood disorders a chance to get to know more about how they can help themselves and improve relationships with others. It also helps supporters learn more about mood disorders and receive different perspectives. Everyone gets a chance to speak. I have personally found it inspiring to hear other people's stories and see how I can relate to them or learn from them. There are interesting, informative discussions. For newcomers, we usually go to McDonald's afterwards. You can always get a ride with someone. That's a good way to meet people as well. 

    on Mar 16, 2015.

  • Depression Bipolar Support Alliance - Arlington Heights

     This meetup may seem dead, however about 20-25 people show up each week. No need to be afraid newcomers always welcome. 

    on Jan 28, 2015.

  • Depression Bipolar Support Alliance - Arlington Heights

     very good 

    on Sep 17, 2013.

  • Depression Bipolar Support Alliance - Arlington Heights

     The small groups give everyone a chance plenty of time to speak during the evening in an easy-going un-rushed what looks like a huge group is quickly divided into a small-group setting. This is especially important for first-timers or those who struggle with anxiety. 

    on Jul 23, 2013.

Arlington Heights, IL

Founded Mar 7, 2013

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