The Low-Down on Mental Health Support Groups

April 2, 2015 1:44 PM

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They're varied, confidential and teach self-care skills and coping strategies. 

When Tara Reilly was diagnosed with bipolar disorder at age 22, she didn’t think anyone else could relate. But last year, an online search brought Reilly, now 25, to a local chapter of a peer support group sponsored by the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance, a mental health nonprofit. There, sh...

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