In Crisis?If you need immediate help or if you are having thoughts of death or suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK or if you need immediate assistance call 911 (in Albuquerque, ask for the Crisis Intervention Team) or go to a hospital emergency room.
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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Monthly Archives: April 2012
Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter Comes to Albuquerque for Free Talk “Mental illness is the leading cause of disability in the United States, Canada and Western Europe, inflicting more damage than cancer, heart disease, or diabetes; it represents a major … Continue reading
Bernalillo County Local Collaborative 2 welcomes ALL community members to our monthly meetings where we provide opportunities to collaborate around Substance Abuse & Mental Health Issues in Our Community. LC2 meets on the fourth Tuesday of every month. The next … Continue reading
Now that the weather is getting nice again, we’re starting to gear up with group activities to take advantage of the sunshine. On Sunday, May 13, DBSA Albuquerque will be taking a field trip to Placitas, New Mexico, to rockhound … Continue reading
Just a quick reminder that DBSA Albuquerque will be having our garage sale fundraiser the first weekend of May at a group member’s home near the intersection of Carlisle and Indian School (an address and map will be provided early … Continue reading
2012 HIGH SCHOOL ESSAY CONTEST LAUNCHED Greetings! This is a friendly reminder that all essays must be submitted by May 1, 2012 to to IBPF! The International Bipolar Foundation (IBPF) has as part of its mission to erase stigma associated … Continue reading