4 Meetup Groups match “Psychiatric Disorders” near Washington, DC
The Montgomery County chapter of Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) meets at 7:00 p.m. on alternate Wednesdays in Bethesda. This peer support group has been active since 1982. Membership is open to anyone who is in treatment for depression or bipolar disorder. There is no charge to join the group or attend the meetings. Weather policy: DBSA Montgomery County does not meet if Montgomery County public schools are closed due to weather.
We welcome you to join our support group, where you will find comfort and direction in a confidential and supportive setting, and can make a positive difference in the lives of others. There is no charge to join or attend our meetings, and you don't have to be a Meetup member. (Note: Our group is actually much larger than what you'll see represented on this website. About 20 people usually show up to each meeting, most of whom are not even Meetup members.) To learn more about our support group a …
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I am an OCD suffer myself and noticed there are no groups in the NOVA area and would like to meet up with others with OCD or have family members who suffer from OCD as a better way of understanding what we are going through and discuss treatments or anything that has been useful while dealing with this illness. I am open to meeting up in different areas in the NOVA area, though I am here now in Great Falls. Look forward to meeting you!
This has become a site that includes information about several free mental health support groups sponsored by an assortment of local nonprofit advocacy organizations. Most sessions last about 90 minutes. Here people learn from one others’ experiences, share coping strategies, learn about community resources and offer each other encouragement and understanding. Facilitators of groups listed here have had some training for the role to help ensure that time is shared, that participants are consid …
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