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New DBSA Support Group at the Getting Together Self Help Center in Flemington

Please join us on December 1 at the Getting Together Self Help Center to participate in our new group’s first meeting. The meeting will start at 6:30 PM and end at 8:00 PM. The center is off Route 31 in Flemington at 52 East Main St. Our support group is affiliated with...
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Discontinuing Support Group Meetings in Easton and Hackettstown

DBSA Warren County will no longer be meeting in Easton PA and Hackettstown, as those meetings have not generated attendance. Stay tuned, however, as we seek a better meeting location in Hackettstown. Our weekly meetings in Phillipsburg continue to be well attended. Please join us...
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DBSA Freehold Boro Now Meeting at 7:00 PM Sundays

As of this Sunday, October 25, DBSA Freehold Boro will meet weekly from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM. Previously meeting began at 3:30 PM. We hope to welcome you to our meeting!
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FREE EVENT: Shifting the Focus from Illness to Wellness on Sunday, October 25 in New York City

Award-winning author, United Nations Global Expert, and mental and civil rights advocate, Melody Moezzi will keynote the DBSA I to We Tour: New York City event on October 25, 2015. The national organization of the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) and local community...
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Ask the Doctor with David Nathan October 20; Mindfulness with Nathalie Edmond on December 8

DBSA Princeton will welcome David Nathan, MD and Nathalie Edmond, PsyD to present at our support group meetings on October 20 and December 8, respectively. Our guests will share their knowledge and insights with the group for the first hour of our meetings, from 7:30 to 8:30 PM,...
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Ninth Annual Conference

DBSA New Jersey held our Ninth Annual Conference for support group attendees, and friends, yesterday at the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro. Our day featured our first Naomi Sims Keynote Address by Hakeem Rahim. Dr. Jeffrey Apter presented an update on...
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DBSA NJ Announces Annual Conference & Fund Drive

DBSA New Jersey’s Ninth Annual Conference for DBSA support group participants will be held Saturday, August 8, 2015, at the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro. We have launched a fundraising campaign to help pay for the conference. Donations may b...
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Support Housing Vouchers for Low Income Persons Living with Disabilities

DBSA NJ GO, our Grassroots Organization advocacy initiative, calls on citizens of New Jersey to sign The Supportive Housing Association of New Jersey’s (SHANJ) petition to increase housing rental vouchers for low income people living with disabilities. You may access the petition...
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From US News & World Report: The Low-Down on Mental Health Support Groups

The above subject is the title of a US News & World Report posting on April 2 by Kirstin Fawcett. The article describes what self-help support groups are, how they function, and how they help. Please see the full text on their website.
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New Group Meeting in Carneys Point, Salem County

We are delighted to welcome a new mood disorder support group meeting in Carneys Point, Salem County. The group will start meeting on May 6, 2015, meeting weekly from that date on Wednesdays from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Healthcare Commons Family Health Services, 500...
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New Support Group Meeting in Hackettstown on March 18

Please join us for our new support group meeting in Hackettstown, NJ at the Hackettstown Regional Medical Center’s Counseling & Addiction Center, 112 East Ave (Unit #9), Hackettstown, NJ 07840. The meeting will take place weekly on Wednesdays from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM...
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Belle Mead Meeting Relocated to Carrier Clinic Day School Amphitheater

The Belle Mead DBSA meeting is growing and so is Carrier Clinic. The meeting has been relocated to the Carrier Clinic Day School Amphitheater while Carrier does renovation and new construction in its facilities. Please join us at our new location.
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