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Depression/BiPolar Disorder/Postpartum Depression
DBSA (Depression and BiPolar Support Alliance) of NJ:  16 chapters in NJ   Education and support for persons with depression or bipolar disorder, their families and friends. Peer support groups and educational programs.  Call 908-377-5245.  web site:  www.dbsanewjersey.org  
GROW  Mutual self help group to prevent and recover from depression, anxiety and other mental health problems.  Caring and sharing community to attain emotional maturity, personal responsibility and recovery.  Meets in various counties in NJ.  Call 732-350-4800
NAMI NJ  (National Alliance on Mental Illness, NJ)  
Dedicated to improving the quality of life for people diagnosed with a mental illness and their families.  Provides self help groups, education and advocacy.  Provides an array of public education and mental illness awareness activities to create understanding and eradicate the stigma associated with illness.  For info:  732-940-0991 day, or 866-626-4437  web site:  www.naminj.org    email:  info@naminj.org

(973) 985-4503