DBSA Delaware County
Check back each month for meeting updates!
February 2024 Physical Meetings @Riddle: Monday, Feb 12th & 26th,
7:00 to 8:30PM (see below for Riddle details).
February Zooms: Monday, February 5th, 19th; Thursday February 8, 22, 29
Page 2 (menu above) College/Young Adult Age 18-28 "focused" Meetings:
(NEW) Tuesday, February 6th & 20th. All Col/YA (Young Adult) Zoom meetings 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month, 7:30PM.
Email Joe or Text 484-442-0086 for All-Age Adult Zoom link or questions.
Welcoming Bipolar and Depressive Adults 18+, LGBTQ community members, along with College/YA members, 18-28. Family/Friends always welcome.
LGBTQ focused Meetings on Zoom as needed.
We are a diverse and inclusive affiliate chapter of DBSA National. Any College/young adult are encouraged to attend any all-age adult meeting. Safe, respectful, and welcoming members!
Physically Serving all of Delaware County, PA, Greater Wilmington/New Castle County, DE, and the 5-county region of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Virtually - Lower 48 we're here for you on Zoom.
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Other support groups: DBSA Philly (HUP) Email David for further information;
DBSA Camden County Email: Michael
for further information and Zoom link;
for further information.
Founded in 1996, meetings began at Delaware County Memorial Hospital in Drexel Hill, PA. Today, DBSA Delaware County is the leading Chapter in Southeastern Pennsylvania. We are grateful for our members support throughout these nearly 28 years!
We attribute our reputation and growth to the tireless efforts of our all volunteer peer staff, who promote self-help and mentor our members over the years.
We believe that all of our members deserve the highest level of support and understanding of mood disorders, assisting them in recovery and stability alongside the therapeutics of their Doctor and Therapist.
DBSA Delaware County Chapter is here for you.
Chapter Meetings-What are they like?
Open to all regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, age, immigration status, orientation,
gender identity or expression, religion, or disability.
We begin with a check in - a simple "how was your week" intro from each person. For new members, you tell us as much as you wish, or simply observe, but this helps us understand your issues better.
Each week we share our progress or our setbacks. We respond only from our own perspective...our commonality is broad, but everyone is different.
The second hour brings more open discussion, perhaps a topic, things on your mind, a short educational clip on Zoom meetings...but also time to bring our new folks better understanding and friendly support.
We, by no means, replace your doctor/therapist.
We do not participate as credentialed professionals - we will not instruct or advise. DBSA is unique and the model is proven that members who attend support meetings like ours stay compliant and stable longer.
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