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Bentleigh Bipolar Support Group

The purpose of our support group is to provide an opportunity for people living with bipolar disorder to connect with those with similar experiences. Group members gain strength and support from each other, and learn new ways of coping through sharing feelings, knowledge, information and ideas. Speakers on topics like mental health services or health and well-being are also arranged at regular intervals.

Meetings are held at Godfrey Street Community House, 9 Godfrey St, Bentleigh VIC 3024 on the second Wednesday of each month from 7:30pm to 9:30pm. See newsletter for details and guest speaker announcements.


For further information go to bipolarlife.org.au


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Berwick Bipolar Support Group

The Berwick Bipolar Support Group is a support group who hold monthly meetings at Berwick Healthcare. at
76 Clyde Rd, Berwick (opposite McDonalds).

The purpose of our support group is to provide an opportunity for people living with bipolar disorder to connect with
those with similar experiences. Group members gain strength and support from each other, and learn new ways
of coping through sharing feelings, knowledge, information and ideas. Speakers on topics like mental health services or health and well-being are also arranged at regular intervals.

Support group meetings are held at Berwick Healthcare. 76 Clyde Rd, Berwick (opposite McDonalds) on the first
Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm to 8:30pm. See mbpn website for details and guest speaker announcements.

We are a short 4 minute walk from the Berwick railway station (see instructions and map below).

For further information go to bipolarlife.org.au

Parking available along Clyde Rd adjacent Buchanan Park.
ALSO
Parking is available im the Berwick Healthcare carpark.
Enter Monash University entrance in Clyde Rd then turn right at the first roundabout then go through the boomgate.


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Box Hill Bipolar Support Group

The Box Hill Bipolar Support Group is a new support group holding monthly meetings at Box Hill Library (Level 1 - Room 1)

The purpose of our support group is to provide an opportunity for people living with bipolar disorder to connect with those with similar experiences. Group members gain strength and support from each other, and learn new ways of coping through sharing feelings, knowledge, information and ideas. Speakers on topics like mental health services or health and well-being are also arranged at regular intervals.

Our support group meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month at 7:30pm to 9:00pm. See the mbpn website for details and guest speaker announcements.

For further information go to bipolarlife.org.au

 

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Geelong Bipolar Support Group

Geelong Bipolar Support Group We are a mutual support group for people who experience bipolar disorder. The purpose of our group is to provide an opportunity for people living with bipolar to connect with those with similar experiences. Group members gain strength and support from each other and learn new ways of coping through sharing feelings, knowledge, information and ideas.

We meet on the fourth Tuesday each month at Mindworks, 284 Latrobe Terrace Newtown. There is no requirement to register, just come along and it's free.

Enquiries : 5222 5999 or info@mindworksgeelong.org.au

Geelong Bipolar Support Group2017 Meeting Dates


We hope to work more with our community education program, and continue to give good service to people with affective disorders and their carers.   

For further information go to bipolarlife.org.au

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Knox Bipolar Support Group

The Knox Bipolar Support Group meets at Rowville on the third Wednesday each month from 7:30 to 9:30pm. Just come along and it's free.

Location: Aimee Seebeck Hall, Cnr Stud & Police Rds, Rowville

The purpose of our support group is to provide an opportunity for people living with bipolar disorder to connect with those with similar experiences. Group members gain strength and support from each other, and learn new ways of coping through sharing feelings, knowledge, information and ideas. Speakers on topics like mental health services or health and well-being are also arranged at regular intervals.

For further information contact: Ray (BH) - 9504 0033 or Allison (AH) on 0412 555 705.

2016 Knox Bipolar Support Group Dates

For further information go to bipolarlife.org.au

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Melbourne Bipolar Disorder/Mood Disorder Meetup Group

This group provides mutual support for people with bipolar and other mood disorders. The group is run for and by people with mood disorders. It's a safe place where we can get together, discuss the absurdities that come with having a mood disorder, as well as connect with people that wont judge us for our 'ups and downs'.

We welcome people living with bipolar disorder, BPD, depression, anxiety or another mood disorder. Meet others who've shared some of your experiences.

We meet monthly for coffee at Starbucks – at 2:00pm on the mezzanine Floor, 295 Swanston St, Melbourne (every fourth Saturday each month). For further details contact Dave - 0413 508 306.

Email: dave.virgo@hotmail.com
Web: http://www.meetup.com/The-Melbourne-Bipolar-Disorder-Mood-Disorder-Meetup-Group

For further information go to bipolarlife.org.au
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Newport Bipolar Support Group

The Newport Bipolar Support Group holds monthly meetings at Outlets Neighbourhood House 43 Mason St NEWPORT which is a very short walk from Newport railway station.

The purpose of our support group is to provide an opportunity for people living with bipolar disorder to connect with those with similar experiences. Group members gain strength and support from each other, and learn new ways of coping through sharing feelings, knowledge, information and ideas. Speakers on topics like mental health services or health and well-being are also arranged at regular intervals.

Support group meetings are held fortnightly from 7:00pm to 9:30pm each month at:-
Outlets Neighbourhood House

43 Mason St NEWPORT
tel: 9391.8504

Outlets House is a short 1 minute walk from from Newport railway station. (see map below).

For further information go to bipolarlife.org.au



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Northcote Bipolar Support Group

The Northcote Bipolar Support Group is a new support group who holds monthly meetings at the Northcote Library Meeting Room  32-38 Separation Street  Northcote.

The purpose of our support group is to provide an opportunity for people living with bipolar disorder to connect with those with similar experiences. Group members gain strength and support from each other, and learn new ways of coping through sharing feelings, knowledge, information and ideas. Speakers on topics like mental health services or health and well-being are also arranged at regular intervals.

Our support group meetings are held from 7:30pm to 9:00pm at:-
Northcote Library Meeting Room 
32-38 Separation Street Northcote.

For further information go to bipolarlife.org.au

 



South Yarra - MHF - Mood Disorders Support Group

Meetings are held at: Mental Health Foundation, Suite J, 450 Chapel St South Yarra. Tel: 9826 1422
Interval: Every third Tuesday of the month (7:30pm to 9:00 pm).

The Mood Disorders Support Group meets every third Thursday of the month from 7.30 to 9.00 pm. All meetings are held at Suite J, 450 Chapel St South Yarra..  Meetings are free and anyone with a mood disorder, their family or friends are welcome to attend.

Goals of the Mood Disorders Support Group are:-
- to provide friendship and support to those with a mood disorder, their family and friends
- to educate sufferers, families and the general public about the management of the disorder
- to improve the quality of health care and the general wellbeing of our members
- to promote research into the causes and improved treatment of uni-polar
- bipolar and general anxiety and depressive illnesses
- recognise depression and other mood disorders as illnesses
- realise that depression is not all of who you are; be informed about the disorder and treatments available
- Take an active role in your own treatment and stress management; utilise specialist professional advice
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Contact: MHF on Tel: 9826 1422 E   goodinj@bigpond.com http://www.mentalhealthvic.org.au/

For further information go to bipolarlife.org.au