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About DBSA Albuquerque
Regular, ongoing Depression and Bipolar "Support Groups".
6:30 pm Doors Open
Groups 7:00-8:30 pm
Information, Symptoms Management, Shared Experiences, Encouragement
In addition to the regular groups, we have special groups each month.
"Family & Friends Group"
First Thursday of every month.
"Feeling Better Group"
Second Thursday of every month.
Third Thursday of every month.
We are located at:
Central New Mexico Community College Campus
823 Buena Vista Dr SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Near the intersection of Buena Vista Dr and Coal Avenue.
Buena Vista Dr is located between University and Yale.
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DBSA Albuquerque is having its first group outing for 2013. We’ll be meeting at the Cinemark Movies 8 on San Mateo Blvd. north of Montgomery to see the Oscar winning film ‘Silver Linings Playbook.’ Silver Linings Playbook synopsis: Life doesn’t … Continue reading
After a long and enjoyable stay at Trinity United Methodist Church, DBSA Albuquerque has made the decision to move to a new home on the Central New Mexico Community College campus. The new facility for our weekly support groups is … Continue reading
DBSA Albuquerque was invited to take part in the Behavioral Health Day at the Capitol Building (The Rotunda) in Santa Fe this week. We set up a booth where we shared DBSA’s purpose of providing a forum for those with … Continue reading
Bill and Victoria Cain have graciously opened their home to DBSA members and a guest for a Thanksgiving dinner this year. Due to scheduling conflicts, the Thanksgiving dinner will not be held at the Trinity United Methodist Church as we … Continue reading
DBSA Albuquerque is having its first activity in many months, a short hike of Rinconada Canyon in Petroglyph National Monument on the Westside of Albuquerque. The desert flora and fauna in the canyon are very interesting, as well as the … Continue reading