We are a mood-disorder self-help support group affiliated with the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA). The mission of DBSA is to improve the lives of people living with a mood disorder, and their loved ones.
Our Princeton group meetings are held every Tuesday from 7:30 pm to 9:15 pm in classrooms 1 and 2 of the Education Building at the Princeton Medical Center.
See our directions page for more information about our locations.
NOTICE: Peer group meetings have been suspended in accordance with the Governor’s suggestion that residents be home by 8 pm during the coronavirus outbreak. Please stay safe. Please contact the chapter with any questions or concerns. (Posted March 17, 2020)
When: Every Tuesday from 7:30 pm to 9:15 pm
Where: Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center, Education Center, Classroom 1 & 2, One Plainsboro Rd (at US 1), Plainsboro, NJ 08536
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No pre-registration required. Please see our brochure (PDF file) for Princeton.
About Our Peer Support Meetings
We start with a “check-in” where members are free to share, or not, how they are doing and raise topics for discussion. Other than giving your first name, you are not required to say anything. We then discuss the topics that were introduced. The discussion is confidential to that particular meeting.
Meetings are led by trained facilitators who run the meeting and participate in the discussion just like any other member. We’ve been averaging a dozen attendees at our meeting.
At our meetings, members help each other by sharing their knowledge and experiences. You may or may not feel your issues are addressed at the meeting, but you can still benefit by knowing there are others in similar situations, and from the support of others at the group.
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