1 - Psych Central's Depression Support GroupTop Rated Psych Central's own online depression support group allows you to read other people's experiences with depression, and also provide your own (if you'd like). Private and secure, the Psych Central Community is one of the longest-running online mental health communities, since 1999.
Depression Boards - a Lighter BlueTop Rated A friendly and supportive community for the discussion of problems related to mental health issues. Not all forums are public or searchable. Registration is required for full access. Without registration, you can still see that Depression Boards is a good site to visit! http://depressionboards.com -
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Depression ForumsTop Rated Depressionforums.org is an open peer discussion of depressive illnesses and treatment options. Our mission is to continue to create an atmosphere that is both supportive and informative for our members, as a caring environment for members to talk to their peers about their depression, anxiety, mood disorders, medications, therapy and recovery. Our vision is to advance public awareness of mental health issues, as to eliminate the stigma of depression and other mental disorders. http://www.depressionforums.org/forums/ -
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Depression Support1 Group This is a depression support group to offer support and caring for those suffering any kind of depression. It is a friendly, caring and supportive group for everyone. It is not for medical advice, but to offer ideas and support to those who need it. To share experiences, and learn from others who may have the same symptoms as you. There are some guidelines for the group which you will get upon joining. Also no flaming or harrassing other members on or off the list. Promoting other groups without checking with owner is not permitted. Also offensive language will not be permitted on the list. Not abiding by guidelines could cause loss of membership to the group. http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/depressionsupport1/?yguid=1798168 -
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Find the LightTop Rated This site has a focus on depression, anxiety, and substance abuse. Funcioning mainly as a support site (chat, forum, email contact to author is offered), the site also provides general information about each of these disorders, in addition to recommended reading and resources. http://www.findthelight.net/ -
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Recover Your LifeTop Rated A site dedicated to people who self-injure (SI) or self-harm, and those who suffer from eating disorders or depression, packed with things to do from distractions and information, to support forums and a chat room. http://www.recoveryourlife.com/ -
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Rose and ThornsTop Rated Roses and Thorns is a mailing list support group that was created by Jeff Hauserman and is now run by Jessi Spurr. It is for those who suffer from diagnosed mood disorders (such as bipolar disorder and depression), as well as personality disorders (and including disorders such as DID, PTSD, BP, SAD, etc.). http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/rosesandthorns/ -
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Sadly Missed.com When our loved ones pass away all we have left are our cherished memories of their lives. At Sadly Missed.com we believe that those memories are valuable and something to enjoy and share with others. Through creating a memorial web site to your dear departed you are not only creating a lasting record of their life, you are also giving your friends and family the opportunity to remember them as they were. http://www.sadly-missed.com -
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Teen MoodsTop Rated Teen Moods is a popular, well-designed depression support community created by a teen with depression. Open to all including Teens, Parents, Doctors, ect. Highly recommended for teens dealing with depression looking for others who face similar kinds of feelings. http://www.teen-moods.net/ -
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Depression Recovery Groups Depression Recovery Groups offers online support groups for those who have depression, bipolar disorder (especially type 2) or anxiety, which often overlaps with depression. It is a way for people who are living with these conditions to easily come together, support each other and learn about what they can do to improve the quality of their lives.
We offer a confidential place where you can meet with others without fear of being identified. The meetings are led by peer support specialists and include both discussion and educational segments with the best researched and up-to-date, self-care tips.
The mission of Depression Recovery Groups is to help accelerate the full recovery of people who are living with depression, bipolar disorder, and anxiety by providing self-help education and peer support that enhances the care of licensed healthcare practitioners. http://www.depressionrecoverygroups.com/ -
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Depression, Christian-oriented To subscribe to this mailing list, you will need to compose a short email. Click on the link above and enter this text into the body of your email message (leave the subject line blank): subscribe xn-depression
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Experience Journal: Pediatric Depression The Experience Journal, developed by Drs. DeMaso and Joseph Gonzalez-Heydrich is an online collection of stories from children, parents, siblings, and health care providers on what it is like to live with specific emotional and physical illnesses. With pictures, narratives, and short movies, the Journal is an evolving, online community.
Designed for individuals looking for insights from other people who have been in situations similar to their own, the Experience Journal serves patients and families. "In the rush to care for the needs of ill youngsters, the impact of their conditions on their families, and even their caregivers, is often forgotten." says Dr. DeMaso. "Given the millions of children facing chronic illness, promoting successful coping is of vital public health importance."
The Experience Journal contains five forums on childhood depression, pediatric heart disease, organ transplantation, inflammatory bowel disease, and pediatric obesity. Journals on ADHD, asthma, deafness and hearing loss, and bereavement are under development. The journals can be viewed at http://www.experiencejournal.com. http://experiencejournal.childrenshospital.org/?cat=22 -
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Helping TeensTop Rated HelpingTeens.org has a support group, a chat room, and articles all related to helping teens or young adults with depression, self injury, and just about anything. It's all about lending a ear or eye, so to speak, to allow another person to know they are not alone. http://www.helpingteens.org/ -
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