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National Education Alliance for Borderline Personality Disorder (NEABPD)

PO Box 974 Rye, NY  10580

914-835-9011 Website:
www.neabpd.org  Email: neabpd@aol.com

 

 NEA-BPD is a non-profit professional organization whose mission is to raise public awareness of BPD, provide education, promote research and enhance the quality of life of those affected by the disorder.   In addition to hosting national and international conferences, NEA BPD conducts family research and publishes educational material, including books and video tapes.  NEA BPD's CONNECTIONS, a family-led education course on BPD, is offered in many cities around the country.

 

Borderline Personality Disorder Resource Center

1st Fl. Macy Villa, New York-Presbyterian Hospital-Westchester Division
21 Bloomingdale Rd., White Plains, New York, 10605
888-694-2273 Website:
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 The Borderline Personality Disorder Resource Center (BPDRC) at New York-Presbyterian Hospital-Weill Cornell Medical College has been set up specifically to help those impacted by the disorder find the most current and accurate information on the nature of BPD and on sources of available treatment.  They offer a toll-free referral phone line (no referral via email).  Their Resource Center and reading library are open for visitors from 9-5 Monday through Friday.

 

 BehavioralTech

4556 University Way NE, Suite 200 Seattle, WA 98105

206-675-8588  Website: www.behavioraltech.com   Email: information@behavioraltech.org

 

B-Tech is DBT founder Marsha Linehan’s training and resource organization.  The website has a DBT database searchable by region and state. Requests for local therapist referrals can also be made by email and phone.  Individuals and organizations interested in being trained and implementing DBT should contact BehavioralTech.  Trainings and online courses are available.

 

New England Personality Disorder Assoc.(NEPDA)

McLean Hospital, 115 Mill St. Belmont, MA 02478
617- 855-2680 Website: www.nepda.org   Email: info@nepda.org

 

NEPDA is a non-profit organization based out of McLean Hospital.  Their mission is to support local persons with BPD and their loved ones through providing education and support.  NEPDA offers monthly educational workshops as well as an annual conferences and special events. Their board is composed on family members, consumers and professionals.

 

National Alliance on Mental Illness

2107 Wilson Blvd. suite 300

Arlington, VA 22201-3042

Helpline: 800-950-NAMI

TTD: 703-516-7227

 Website: www.nami.org   Email: info@nami.org

 

 NAMI is the largest  grassroots organization devoted to advocacy and education for mental illness.   Recently they have expanded their prority poluations to include borderline Personality Disorder and their website now has a BPD resource section.  NAMI offers family education programs, though they are not specific to BPD (whereas NEA BPD's are) NAMI's onsumer support groups are available in many locations but again, they are for all diagnoses, not specifically BPD.

 

Treatment And Research Advancements Association for Personality Disorders (TARA APD) 

23 Green St.

New York, NY 10013

1-888-4-TARA APD or 212-966-6514

Website:  www.tara4bpd.org 

 

TARA is a non-profit organization whose mission is to foster education and research in the field of personality disorder.  TARA offers family workshops and has a database of therapists who treat BPD.