Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance of Falls Church (DBSAFC) connects residents of Northern Virginia with Hope for Mental Health Recovery through Support Groups and Educational Programs run by and for Peers
"I go to the DBSA Falls Church Family Support meetings because I feel it helps me handle my family members in a more supportive way. I received a lot of information that I have not gotten anywhere else. Things in my household have gotten so much better since I have been going to the meetings. Best choice I ever made. Highly recommended."
"DBSAFC has made a huge impact on my life. I am much happier now because I have this solid connection with this group of folks who have got my back and are always there to support me. They understand me and in my case are much better than family. I am so grateful for my DBSAFC group."
"The group is a place where I can share my feelings and personal problems without fear. I also get a lot out of hearing other people's stories. I learn something and at times realize others have the same problems."
Learn more about our work below or contact:
Executive Director, Anne Cowley, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (703) 354-5104.
Assistant Director, Sharon Martin, at email@example.com or (571) 414-9072.
The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance of Falls Church is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, funded in part by
Weekly Support Groups
Pathways to Recovery