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Best Pages for Bipolar Info

  • McMan's Depression and Bipolar Web - the web's most comprehensive one-person site devoted to depression and bipolar disorder (also known as manic depression), with more than 240 articles, more than 150 links, and news - from diagnosis and treatment to personal stories and essays to issues that touch all our lives.
  • The Society for Manic Depression - a therapeutic interactive computer environment for the support and entertainment of treated bipolar patients.
  • Ivan's Depression/BP/etc Page - The Internet's central clearing house for information on all types of depressive disorders and on the most effective treatments for individuals suffering from Major Depression, Manic-Depression (Bipolar Disorder), Cyclothymia, Dysthymia and other mood disorders.
  • Bipolar Parents - This page is for parents with bipolar children, parents who are bipolar themselves, and bipolar parents raising bipolar children.
  • Bipolar Kids Homepage - Parent-led, not-for-profit, membership organization with full-text library, resource center, and virtual community center for families of children and adolescents with bipolar disorder and professionals who serve them. Note from daedalus: Is your child bipolar? Are you fighting with the school system to get your child the education that is his/her right? CABF is been the number one resource on the web for parents of bipolar children.
  • Manic Depression Fellowship (MDF) - Bi polar disorder - Together we can make a difference
  • Find the Light - Bipolar information, chat , email and a Recovery section. Requires free login.

Modified November 19. 2005

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