Adult Support Groups

Las Vegas

Consumers and Allies

When: Wednesdays 6:00pm - 7:30pm

Location: Rawson-Neal Psychiatric Hospital

1650 Community College Dr

Las Vegas, NV 89146


Consumers and Allies will split into two groups.  One group for adult diagnosed individuals, and one group for support persons.


(Go to the main Administration

door. The security guard will

let you in and direct you to the training room.)


No Group on Christmas Day or New Year's Day




Consumers and Allies

When: Thursdays 7:00pm - 8:30pm

Location: St. Rose Dominican Hospital

Siena Campus

3001 St. Rose Parkway

Henderson, NV 89052


MacDonald Conference Center

Rooms A & B





If you or someone you know has thoughts of death or suicide, call (800) 273-TALK (800-273-8255) or 9-1-1 immediately. Or contact a medical professional, clergy member, loved one, friend, or hospital emergency room.

Support groups bring people together who understand the up, downs and frustrations of depression or bipolar disorder. DBSA support groups are a safe confidential place to talk about and overcome the day-to-day and long-term challenges of mood disorders.

If you've been diagnosed with a mood disorder, you are not alone. Mood disorders affect more than 22 million Americans. You are not weak, flawed, or crazy. One of the best things you can do to help yourself in your recovery is learn all you can about your illness.


Mood disorders are physical illnesses that affect the brain. Their exact cause is not known, but it is known that an imbalance in brain chemicals plays a role. These illnesses also have a genetic component, meaning they can run in families. They are not your fault, and they are nothing to be ashamed of. Having a mood disorder does not mean you can't lead a normal life.

DBSA Southern Nevada does not dispense medical advice; if you have a medical concern, please contact a qualified mental health professional. We cannot take responsibility for information that you obtain from links on our site.

Thank you for stopping by. If you would like to get in touch with us, please use the contact form.

Support is essential to recovery. One of the most helpful things one person can say to (or hear from) another is “I’ve been there.” Depression and Bipolar Disorder can be isolating illnesses, but DBSA has many ways to help connect you with others who have been there as well.



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        (702) 750-5919

(This is a private cell phone.  If we don't answer, we will respond within 48 hours.  For faster response, use the Contact Form.)





Dr. Martin Fakiel, MD  




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