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  • Upcoming Conference

    The First Annual International Bipolar Foundation West Coast Meeting.

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  • Joe Pantoliano Luncheon

    Lecture and Luncheon with Joe Pantoliano, Emmy Award-Winning Actor and Film Producer

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Upcoming Lecture

Join us Tuesday, August 19, 2014 at 06:00 pm to hear author Graeme Cowan speak on, 4 Things I Learnt From 4000+ People who Overcame Depression and Bipolar. 

After recovering from his own horrendous episode of depression, Graeme Cowan strove to understand the fastest way to beat depression and bipolar. His quest lead him to interview hundreds of well-known and everyday people, including former Congressman Patrick Kennedy, TV talk show host Trisha Goddard, former UK PM Tony Blair’s chief adviser Alastair Campbell, former Google Executive Bob Boorstin, Seattle’s Lora Inman and many others, who courageously described their journey back from the brink...

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       I write this entry in my blog with a very heavy heart, as I mourn with the rest of the world over the tragic news of Robin Williams passing. A brilliant man, in every sense of the word, an amazing actor, a Talented Comedian, a man who shared the gift of laughter with the world. It breaks our hearts in a million pieces to know his inner turmoil took him from his place in this world.  A man, who loved to use his talents and gifts to make others smile, was fighting...

Mental Health Awareness Patch

Did you know that we developed the first Mental Health Awareness Patch for the Girl Scouts of the United States of America? 

With the increase in youth bullying, suicide and drug use, Girl Scouts are actively fighting to create change. Through a program to educate and reduce the stigma of mental illness, Girl Scouts can earn the Mental Health Awareness Patch for playing a positive role in their communities. Learn more here...