Join A Free DBSA Support Group. 

Monday - Santa Clarita
Starts at 6:30pm
26111 Bouquet Canyon Suite G
Santa Clarita, CA
For more info call (661) 523-2086

It doesn't matter what you wear. It doesn't matter what part of town you live in or how much money you have or who you choose to vote for.
At DBSA everyone affected by a mood disorder is welcome. If you have depression, bipolar, anxiety, if you are angry or feel alone you are welcome. Friends and family are also invited. No questions or explanations needed. Our focus is on ending isolation, recovery and education.

The only thing more exhausting than having a mental illness is pretending like you dont.

This site is always under construction. Check back often to see future resources and material. If you have anything to add please call Jeff Fox

818-850-DBSA (3272)

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Crisis Lines

Wednesday - Chatsworth
From 7:00pm - 9:00pm
19900 Plummer St,
Chatsworth, CA 91311
Phillips Graduate University
For more info email
call (818) 850-DBSA (3272)


Who we are.
DBSA SCV is an all volunteer Non-Profit 501 C3 Chapter of the National Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance serving the Greater San Fernando and Santa Clarita Valleys
What we are.
We are a caring group of intelligent and talented individuals (peers) who hold open, free support group meetings and offer a variety of written information. Our focus in on self-help which is offered in a safe, accepting, nonjudgmental and confidential peer to peer environment. Snacks are provided.
We are not.
We are not a substitute for therapy or professional treatment, we are not a place to receive a diagnosis or a 12 step program.
Why we meet?
We meet to improve the lives of people living with mood disorders such as Major Depression Disorder (MDD), Bipolar Disorder (BD), General Anxiety Disorder (GAD), and Seasonal Effective Disorder (SAD) and to support each other in our quest toward recovery and managing these disorders.
How much does it cost?
Meetings are FREE and open to those affected with a mood disorder as well as their family and friends.