Families for Depression Awareness is a national nonprofit organization helping families recognize and cope with depressive disorders to get people well and prevent suicides.
Coping with Stress Webinar on June 27
Register now - it's free!
Families for Depression Awareness presents our Coping with Stress and Depression Webinar on Thursday, June 27 at 7:30 p.m. ET, and afterward at your convenience.
Intended for adults, family caregivers, human resources professionals, and employee assistance professionals, the Coping with Stress and Depression webinar covers:
The webinar facilitator is Dr. Charlene Gooch, a mental health professional and Employee Assistance Program specialist who teaches and provides consulting services. Register for the webinar even if you can't attend the live event, because we'll send you the link to watch the webinar at your convenience. After you complete the online evaluation form, we'll send you a "Coping with Stress" brochure for free. Register today!
Watch Our Free Teen Depression Webinar "On Demand"
Families for Depression Awareness featured Dr. Mary Fristad on our free, one-hour Teen Depression webinar on May 29. For a limited time, this webinar is available for you to view "on demand," at your convenience. Click here to access the webinar.
Want to know more about the webinar? We developed the Teen Depression webinar to train parents, teachers, school staff, youth workers, and other caring adults:
After viewing the webinar, complete our online survey and we'll send you the set of Depression and Bipolar Wellness Guides for Parents and Teens, at no charge to you! Watch the Teen Depression webinar today!
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
On May 1, Families for Depression Awareness and the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance launched "Care for Your Mind," an online conversation to bring 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. By providing your ideas and experiences on CareForYourMind.org, you can help policymakers understand the realities of the mental health care system for individuals living with a mood disorder and their families.
How can you be involved in the Care for Your Mind community?