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The Balanced Mind Parent Network

Last Update:2/9/2017
Contact:Angie Day
Title:Chapter and Volunteer Services Director
Address:55 E. Jackson
Suite 490
Chicago, IL 60604
County:Out of state
Phone:
Toll Free:(800) 826-3632
Fax:
TDY:
E-Mail:
Website:http://community.dbsalliance.org/welcome.htm
Mission
The Balanced Mind Parent Network (BMPN), a program of the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA), guides families raising children with mood disorders to the answers, support and stability they seek. BMPN is a family-focused community for parents of children with mood disorders with 24/7 access to information and support.
Program Description

BMPN currently hosts 11 online support communities:

Complementary Health: Online support community for parents of children, teens or young adults interested in treating mood disorders with complementary health approaches

RTC: Online support community for parents considering, or who have a child in, a residential treatment facility

Stability: Online support community for parents whose child(ren) are in a period of stability

Substance Abuse: Online support community for parents of children, teens or young adults with mood disorders and substance abuse issues

Support (3 communities): Online support communities for parents raising a child with depression, bipolar or related disorders

Teen (2 communities): Online support communities for parents raising a teen with depression, bipolar or related disorders

Transition: Online support community for parents raising transition-age young adults with depression, bipolar or related disorders

Very Young: Online support community for parents raising children age 8 or younger with depression, bipolar or related disorders

Financial
Not for profit
Services
Adult Support Groups
Bipolar Disorder
Family Support
Mental Health
On-line Community/Listserv/Social Media
Research
Serious Emotional Disability
Counties Serviced
Nationwide
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