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Behavioral Health Quality of Life Tool


Take our Behavioral Health Quality of Life Questionnaire here to learn about healthy lifestyle choices to help you manage your physical and mental health.

It will also include an upcoming peer specialist follow-up program, email peerspecialist@ibpf.org to be notified when this program is available. 

IBPF Stigma Busters at the Carlsbad Marathon

Our Stigma Busters running team will be raising awareness for bipolar disorder at the Carlsbad Marathon on January 15, 2017. Learn how you can get involved here. 

Join our team! Create your fundraising page here and train with us for free by emailing Coach Ken at kwolsey1@yahoo.com

“Get a support system.” That seems to be the number one thing I have heard since being diagnosed with bipolar disorder. I would look at doctors and therapists and tell them I didn’t have anyone. What about family? No. Spouse? No. Friends? They wouldn’t understand. I found my support system through classes my medical insurance provided, through the 72-hour hospital stay, and even my pets. To much of my surprise, I found some of my greatest support through my friends. I know pets might seem...

Girl Scouts Mental Health Awareness Patch

Our Mental Health Awareness Patch teaches scouts about the brain and it's influence on thoughts, feelings, and behavior. The patch is available for free to Girl Scouts, Girl Guides, and other similar scouting organizations. Learn more and download the activity packet here