Depression Alliance was presented with a £4,000 donation by the Rotary Club of Bath to aid in the set up of new support services for people affected by depression in the City.
Side by Side project receives funding to launch ground-breaking pilot into the power of peer support.
A new survey, finds 99% of people diagnosed with depression suffer from cognitive dysfunction during the course of their disorder, but only half have ever been asked about these symptoms by a healthcare professional.
New research released yesterday by AXA PPP Healthcare shows bosses are more likely to accept back pain than depression as a reason to stay home from work.
The survey, conducted by ComRes, an independent market research company, written in collaboration with Depression Alliance and funded by Lundbeck Ltd., set out to explore the impact of cognitive dysfunction on everyday lives of British adults diagnosed with depression.