5 Things to Consider When Your Child with Depression Needs an IEP

Navigating the education system when your child has special needs associated with depression can be…

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How Joining Clubs Helps Improve Teen Mental Health

It can be difficult for teens who struggle with mental health to enjoy school. Assignments…

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Happy Pride Month! Mental Health Resources for LGBTQIA+ People

Pride month is a time for the LGBTQIA+ community and allies to come together in…

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Care Coaching Service

Is your family member in a psychiatric hospital or out of the home attending a…

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Treating Depression in Women

Psychiatrist Sharon Batista, MD, has spent her career treating depression in women. She utilizes evidence-based…

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The Gender Gap: Women and Depression Resources

There is evidence of a gender gap when looking at women and depression. If you…

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FFDA Receives Funding from The Starbucks Foundation Neighborhood Grants Program

Families for Depression Awareness (FFDA) was recently selected to receive a $1,000 grant as part…

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FAQs About Paying for Mental Health Care

Getting mental health care can be complicated and expensive. If your loved one is already…

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Joe Kennedy III to Speak about the U.S. Mental Health Crisis at Oct. 21 Event

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 10/12/22 Waltham, MA — Nonprofit Families for Depression Awareness is proud to…

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Genetic Testing for Mental Health Treatment: Resources

You may have questions about genetic testing for mental health treatment. Here are some additional…

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What Can Help Caregivers Deal with Burnout?

Caregivers of people living with depression or bipolar disorder often experience caregiver burnout. In this…

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6 Strategies for Managing Back To School Anxiety

You know it’s August when the “Back-to-School” sale commercials flood your screens. Some kids cannot…

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