What we're about

The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance-Greater Chicago, a non-profit self help group of lay persons, endeavors to help people whose lives are affected by mood disorders to better their lives: By offering support groups for members, families and friends and by educating them. By counteracting the isolation caused by such illness, providing a sense of community, sharing the experience of the illness and its management attendees can work at restoring self-esteem. Part of our mission is to help empower members to live as responsibly, as fulfilled, and with as much enjoyment as possible. The support groups and educational meetings are FREE OF CHARGE but donations are always welcome!

Upcoming events (5)

Brookfield Support Group

Brookfield Village Hall - Lower Level - Conference Room C

This group meets every Friday at 7:00pm. Please call John Ross at (708)[masked] prior to attending a meeting here. Meetings are free of charge and free adjacent parking & public transportation are available. Consumers and their friends & family are welcome. Students who wish to sit in and observe are not permitted. Attendees must be 18 years of age or older. If you have any questions or comments about this group - please send us an email to [masked]. Visit our website: www.dbsa-gc.org (http://www.dbsa-gc.org/) for more information about mood disorders and DBSA-GC.

Evanston Hospital Support Group

Evanston Hospital

This group meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 4:00pm. Meetings are free of charge. Hospital garage parking is available for $3.50 for 2 hours. Nearby public transportation details are as follows: • The purple line "L" Central Street stop is directly adjacent to the hospital. • The Metra Chicago & Northwestern Central Street Station stop is five blocks West of the hospital. • The Central-Sherman CTA bus #201 runs by the hospital. Consumers and their friends & family are welcome. Students who wish to sit in and observe are not permitted. Attendees must be 18 years of age or older. If you have any questions or comments about this group - please contact Marty Heller at (847)[masked]. You may also send us an email to [masked]. Visit our website: www.dbsa-gc.org (http://www.dbsa-gc.org/) for more information about mood disorders and DBSA-GC.

Past events (1,819)

Brookfield Support Group

Brookfield Village Hall - Lower Level - Conference Room C

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