The following are depression resources that we hope you find useful to help further educate yourself and your family and friends about this common and treatable disease.
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American Psychiatric Foundationwww.psychfoundation.org
Committed to operating programs and funding initiatives that promote awareness of mental illnesses, the effectiveness of treatment, and the importance of early intervention.
Depression and Bipolar Support Alliancewww.ndmda.org
A patient-directed organization with a purpose of educating patients, families, and the public about the nature of depressive illness.
Created by the American Psychiatric Association, the site provides information on psychiatric disorders such as depression and provides help locating a psychiatrist in your local area.
National Alliance on Mental Illnesswww.nami.org
A support, educational, and advocacy organization for people with mental illness and their families, with over 1200 local affiliates; local affiliates give guidance to finding treatment.
National Institute of Mental Healthwww.nimh.nih.gov
The largest scientific organization in the world dedicated to research focused on the understanding, treatment, and prevention of mental disorders and the promotion of mental health.
Mental Health America (formerly, the National Mental Health Association)www.nmha.org
An association that works with over 340 affiliates to promote mental health through advocacy, education, research, and services.
An online community where you can ask questions, share experiences, and learn from other people whose lives are also touched by depression.
PRISTIQ®(desvenlafaxine) is a prescription medication approved for the treatment of major depressive disorder in adults. PRISTIQ is not indicated for the treatment of any other mental illness, including bipolar disorder or depressive episodes of bipolar disorder.
PRISTIQ could be a key in treating your depression symptoms.