Even if you’re not living with a mental health disorder, you can still help make mental health resources more accessible to Oklahomans in need.
There are many ways to get involved.
- DBSA Advocacy Center. Become a local advocate and help eliminate stigma and improve access and treatment in your local community and nationwide. Get involved.
- Learn and speak out on CareForYourMind.org. Learn about current challenges to the mental health care system and lend your voice. By doing so, you can help policymakers understand the realities of the mental health care system for individuals living with a mood disorder and their families. Join the conversation.
- Join or start a local DBSA chapter. There are nearly 650 DBSA support groups nationwide, all started and operated by volunteers and people living with bipolar disorder or depression. Find support.