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    Popular! Psych Central's Bipolar Support Group Top Rated
    Psych Central's own online bipolar support group allows you to read other people's experiences with bipolar disorder, 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.

    Membership is free and the community is overseen by a team of dedicated individuals that help keep the forums safe and welcoming for all.

    http://forums.psychcentral.com/bipolar/ - 6-Feb-2007 - Hits: 21301 - Rate This | Details
    alt.support.depression.manic Top Rated
    A newsgroup on manic depression & bipolar disorders.
    Newsgroup (special software needed): news:alt.support.depression.manic - 25-Feb-2000 - Hits: 5077 - Rate This | Details
    Bipolar Caregivers
    We aim to make bipolarcaregivers.org a useful, easily accessible information website for caregivers of people with bipolar disorder. On this website you will find how bipolar disorder is treated, managed, and many useful resources for bipolar disorder. There is also information on how a caregiver can help a person with bipolar disorder, and how to help take care of themselves.
    http://www.bipolarcaregivers.org/ - 17-Jun-2011 - Hits: 2687 - Rate This | Details
    Bipolar Child Support Top Rated
    Help, support, and resources for parents, caregivers, and teachers of bipolar children at home, school, and in the community. Providing resources on diagnosis, treatment, education, and more. Our primary mission is to help families living with and raising children and teens with bipolar disorder and other related conditions improve their daily lives. Our secondary mission is to help parents, caregivers, teachers, and educators with meeting the unique educational needs of children with bipolar disorder.
    http://www.bipolarchildsupport.com - 25-Apr-2013 - Hits: 594 - Rate This | Details
    Bipolar Dream Top Rated
    The aim of Bipolar Dream is to help people in their process of accepting themselves and their illness through a multicultural approach.

    It's their hope that you'll feel at home and become involved in this effort toward improvement as you begin to feel comfortable with your bipolar diagnosis.

    https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/Bipolar_Dream/info - 1-Feb-2004 - Hits: 4530 - Rate This | Details
    Bipolar Support Friends
    Bipolar Support Friends is a place where you will be treated like a friend, not just another member. This group is about friendship. Please join us to share stories, learn about bipolar, ask questions, vent, and to receive support. This is a group for the people with the idea of democracy -- all members are encouraged to speak their minds openly. All we ask is you treat all members with respect and share support. Anyone that is bipolar and 18 and over is welcome to join. After submitting for membership reply to our pending member email that will be sent to you.
    https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/Bipolar_Support_Friends/info - 29-Mar-2004 - Hits: 3991 - Rate This | Details
    Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) - San Gabriel Valley
    The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) San Gabriel Valley chapter offers a wealth of support and assistance to those suffering from bipolar disorder and/or depression. Site includes articles and guides for coping and details concerning daily meetings of local support groups around Los Angeles as well as nationally. Often the first referral for people leaving psychiatric hospitals.
    http://www.dbsasgv.org/ - 4-May-2016 - Hits: 309 - Rate This | Details
    Moodswings.net
    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.

    https://moodswings.net.au/ - 14-May-2008 - Hits: 1844 - Rate This | Details
    soc.support.depression.manic Top Rated
    A newsgroup on bipolar/manic depression.
    Newsgroup (special software needed): news:soc.support.depression.manic - 25-Feb-2000 - Hits: 627 - Rate This | Details