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    Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance

    The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) is a self-help organization for patients and their family members. The DBSA web site provides timely information on depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder and explains how doctors screen for these conditions. This web site also provides information for the newly diagnosed as well as information about recovery steps and ways to help a loved one with depression or with bipolar disorder.

    Mental Health America

    Mental Health America is a leading nonprofit group that supports good mental health for all people. On the web site, you can access information on mental health topics, depending on ethnic group, career or military, and age group.

    National Alliance on Mental Illness

    The National Alliance on Mental Illness or NAMI works to support and educate the public about various mental disorders with the goal of improving the quality of life for all persons diagnosed with mental illness. NAMI’s web site provides the latest facts, statistics, and research advances on different types of mental health conditions.

    National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare

    The National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare is a nonprofit group with member organizations across the United States. The web site explains its goal of assisting people with mental illnesses and addiction disorders so they can recover and lead active and productive lives. The web site also provides available support services along with inspirational patient stories.

    National Institute of Mental Health

    The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is the largest research organization in the world that focuses on mental health diseases. The NIMH web site provides in-depth information and the latest findings on topics ranging from anxiety, ADHD, and autism to OCD, panic disorder, and depression.

    Depression on MedicineNet

    Here you’ll find frequently asked questions about depression from MedicineNet. Learn more about depression from this team of physicians and medical writers.

    Depression on eMedicineHealth

    At eMedicineHealth, you can read comprehensive material about depression, the causes, symptoms, and treatment.

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