Families for Depression Awareness is a national nonprofit organization helping families recognize and cope with depressive disorders to get people well and prevent suicides.
Conference on Asperger Syndrome and Depression
Join us on Friday, March 14 at Pine Manor College in Newton, MA for a day-long program on Asperger Syndrome and depression. Presented by the Asperger's Association of New England with support from Families for Depression Awareness and MGH/Aspire, the conference features Jean Frazier, MD; Mitch Abblett, PhD; and Jessica Minahan, MEd. A number of individuals will also share their personal experiences with AS and depression. For more information and registration, visit the AANE conference site.
Free Trainings: Learn to Help Yourself and Others!
Learn to Help a Teen
Watch our Teen Depression webinar presented by Dr. Mary Fristad.
Learn to Cope with Stress and Depression
Our free Coping with Stress and Depression Webinar helps you learn to manage stress, recognize anxiety and depression, and know what to do to get help. Read more and watch the webinar.
Join the Conversation at Care for Your Mind!
Your personal experience and ideas can help shape the future of mental health care and build a solution that works
"Care for Your Mind" brings together people living with mood disorders, their families, mental health advocates, thought leaders, and policymakers to discuss strengths and weaknesses in our mental health care system.
Join in the conversation! Provide your ideas and experiences on CareForYourMind.org to help policymakers understand the realities of the mental health care system for individuals living with a mood disorder and their families.
Here's how you can be involved in the Care for Your Mind community!