How we can help beat depression
Depression Alliance can assist people affected by depression. For a full information pack please email your name and address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following are just some of the many ways we can help:
1. Local Support
Our national network of self-help groups enable people affected by depression to share experiences and coping strategies with others in similar situations.
Click here to find out more about Local Support
Our range of leaflets, publications and posters offer in depth information about depresion and how it affects every day life.
Click here to view our publications on depression
3. Writing to someone who understands
We can put you in touch with someone through our pen-friend scheme.
Click here to find out more about our pen-friend scheme
4. Making your voice heard
We work with healthcare professionals to secure better service provision for people affected by depression and lobby government to influence policy making in this mental health field.
Click here to find out more about our government work
5. Raising awareness
Informed by the experiences of people with depression, we raise awareness of the realities of the illness amongst the general public with a variety of influential campaigns throughout the year.
Click here to find out more about our campaigns
6. Supporter Scheme
By becoming a supporter of Depression Alliance you receive our quarterly newsletter Single Step, have exclusive access to our supporter services as well as complimentary literature.
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Click here to find out more about our supporter scheme
Depression Alliance works in partnership with universities, health professionals and other voluntary organisations to research the causes, treatments and instances of depression in the UK. We use the findings of our research to educate and inform health professionals, government, and the general public via the media.
Click here to find out more about our research