We provide a safe and compassionate atmosphere to provide support, information, and education for all who have experienced a depressive or bipolar episode and their friends and family. We are here for when you are struggling and when you are stable. We encourage you to attend even when stable because you can provide insight to someone who may need your help. A good support group, medication management, and talk therapy are all keys to recovery. We have three facilitators who are Certified Peer Support Specialist who have experienced the same feelings or thoughts you may have and are here to assist in any way we can. We can not recommend doctors or therapist but you may talk with a member after group to obtain information from them. You are not required to share if you do not wish too but we encourage you to come at least once to see for yourself what a support group can do for you. We abide by the confidentiality clause that whatever said in group stays in group. We respect your privacy and will protect that. We are all just like you. You are not alone in your quest to a better mental health. We encourage you bring your friends and family so they may obtain a better understanding as to what you may be experiencing and ways they may be able to help you.