Meeting times and locations:
2nd Thursday: 7-9 PM at the Harborview Research and Training building, (NOTE: ACROSS from Harborview Hospital) at the corner of 9th Ave. and Alder St. (300 9th Ave) in one of the first floor conference rooms, usually 121. Here’s link to Google Transit Beta for bus or driving info (here).
4th Thursday (except November): 7-9 PM at UW Medical Center Cafeteria (Floor One: in the conference rooms beside the dining area of the Plaza Cafe), 1959 NE Pacific Street, Phone: 206-598-3300 and Diagram of building can be found under “UWMC Floor Maps”.
Use Google Transit Beta to get bus or driving info to front of UW hospital here.
Who Are We?
DBSA Greater Seattle was formed as an independent group in 1972 and later became affiliated with the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (formerly National DMDA), making it the oldest local chapter in the nation. The group meets twice a month and is open to all persons with depression or bipolar disorder (manic depression) and their friends and family. Other interested parties (such as students or health professionals) may attend subject to the group’s approval.
Our mission is to provide a safe and confidential environment in which to focus on issues and information related to manic depression or depression, and to provide a stable and ongoing opportunity to support all those whose lives have been affected by depression and/or manic depression (aka bipolar affective disorder).
For further information:
For further information call (206)748-1577, or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (Warning: please include the word “webperson” in your email to prevent being automatically filtered into the trash.)
For more information about the national Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance, which sponsors local support groups around the country, call (800)826-3632 or visit their web site at www.DBSAlliance.org
DBSA Greater Seattle, it’s officers, facilitators… and even those who show up at the meetings… are only able to offer support from our personal experience, we are not qualified to offer treatment or medical advice… for that you should consult a qualified medical professional.