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    DBSA Colorado
    The focus of DBSA Colorado is in four areas; (1) development of peer-led support groups in communities where none currently exist, (2) helping existing DBSA chapters in Colorado develop their leadership via training and technical support, (3) advocacy at the state level for expanded and better services for people with serious mental illness in Colorado, and (4) helping people with psychiatric disabilities become economically self-sufficient. DBSA Colorado helps with job links (in Colorado), stigma help, as well as other links that can be used for anyone needing help. - 11-Jul-2010 - Hits: 78 - Rate This | Details
    Moodswings is one of the first online psychotherapies for bipolar disorder. It is based on a successful validated manualized intervention, the MAPS programme, which was shown to reduce relapses into both mania and depression in a randomized controlled trial (submitted for publication). The website is open for registration as part of an evaluation of the intervention. This site is an online self-help tool for people with bipolar disorder.

    Material used in this website is based on an effective face-to-face group program found to be successful in reducing episodes of illness. This website is being evaluated as part of a study conducted through the University of Melbourne and Barwon Health. - 14-May-2008 - Hits: 885 - Rate This | Details
    Texans with BPD/BP
    A brand new forum community specifically for Texans that are suffering from Borderline Personality Disorder and/or Bipolar Disorder. We are in hopes that this new community will allow others to feel more comfortable, safe and trusting towards others so that we may have more successful face to face meet up support groups. - 1-Jul-2008 - Hits: 119 - Rate This | Details
    The Van Gogh Complex
    A virtual artists' colony for artists diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Features digital art, photography, other visual and literary pieces. Bringing beauty into the world by re-framing a diagnosis. We are more than patients, we are artists. Now accepting submissions. - 17-Sep-2010 - Hits: 290 - Rate This | Details