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DBSA Delaware County

Check back each month for meeting updates!


IMPORTANT:  Effective September 2023, ALL ZOOM MEETINGS - the All-Age Adult and Young Adult - run from 7:30PM to 9PM.

September remaining Zoom:  28th 7:30PM.


September Physical Meeting @Riddle: September 25th, 7:00 to 8:30PM (see below for Riddle details)

College/Young Adult Meetings: October 4th & 18th, 7:30PM to 9:00PM on Zoom...All Zoom and Physical Meetings will accommodate 18 - 28-year-olds. SPECIAL LINK - email Anna or Caroline for access, Thank you!

Any college/young adult can attend all regularly scheduled meetings. Safe, inclusive and respectful space for all! 

Email Joe for All Age Adult Zoom link or questions.

Please specify the link you would like, or both.


Welcoming Bipolar and Depressive Adults 18+, LGBTQ community members, along with college/young adult members. Family/Friends always welcome. 

LGBTQ focused Meetings on Zoom as needed.

We are a diverse and inclusive affiliate chapter of DBSA National. 

Serving all of Delaware County, PA, Greater Wilmington/New Castle County, DE, and the 5-county region of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

​​Subscribe to our website below to receive timely emails of activities, special events and future plans.

​​Other support groups: DBSA Philly (HUP) Email David for further information; DBSA Mood Peers Pittsburgh, PA Email: Ray, or go to her website for further information.

DBSA Camden County Email: Michael

for further information and Zoom link.

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About Us

Our Story

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 27 years!


Serving the Delaware and Chester County area, as well as the wider Delaware Valley, 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.


Learn more about what we have to offer, and get in touch with any questions. DBSA Delaware County Chapter is here for you.

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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.

On the Phone

Response to your Voicemail and messages within 24 hours

CALL OR TEXT

484-442-0086

Joe

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Our Host: Riddle Hospital, Rothman Building,

(Health Center 4)

1118 Baltimore Pike, Media, PA 19063

1st Floor, Suite 101


Please Park in the garage right behind Rothman, elevator/stairs to the ground floor, OR the surface lot next to the garage; enter the back door of Rothman, turn LEFT to Suite 101.

Riddle Hospital is part of the Mainline Health Family of Hospitals. We thank them for their hospitality and support.


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DONATE 

DBSA Delaware County depends on the generosity of site visitors and small donations to support our volunteer work.

No matter what you can give, we appreciate your generosity. Thank you!

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