Adult Support Groups

In Person Meetings

 
DBSA Meetings 
 
June 5th Henderson Equality Center 
June 19th Rawson Neal Psychiatric Hospital 

 

First Wednesday 

6:00pm - 7:30pm

Henderson Equality Center

1490 W Sunset Rd

Unit 120 

Henderson, NV 89014

Third Wednesday

6:00pm - 7:30pm Rawson-Neal Hospital

1650 Community College Dr.

Las Vegas, NV

89146

Training Room A

TBD Wednesday

6:00pm - 7:30pm

 

TBD searching for new location 

Online Groups

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance Southern Nevada is meeting on Zoom every Thursday at the same time.

Meeting ID: 838 1446 1908
Passcode: 644787
 

Members are encouraged to use MeWe.com as a place to connect with other members in-between meetings, and to obtain updates from DBSA Southern NV. MeWe can be accessed via Android, Apple, and desktop. Please register on MeWe at the link below.

 

https://mewe.com/join/dbsa

 

This online group at Mewe.com allows us to maintain an open group chat, and disseminate information to group members.

 

 

The national DBSA online support groups can be found at dbsalliance.org

 

For assistance accessing or navigating the online group please contact 702-625-0495
 

https://www.facebook.com/DBSASNV?mibextid=LQQJ4d
 

https://www.instagram.com/dbsa_southernnv/?igshid=NTc4MTIwNjQ2YQ%3D%3D


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Allies Zoom Meetings 
Meeting ID: 838 1446 1908 
Passcode: 644787

Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday from 6-7:30pm PST

Allies are the friends, families, and other members that are in the circle of support for someone who has mental conditions.

Starting June 2024
June 11 and 25th Zoom Meetings 
All are welcome!

 

Welcome

If you or someone you know has thoughts of death or suicide, call 9-8-8 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.

 

 

           Call or Text

    702-625-0495

 

 

SPONSORED BY:

Dr. Martin Fakiel, MD and contributing members. 

 

 

 

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