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SUPPORT GROUPS

PaNDa (post & ante natal depression association inc)
PaNDa is a Victorian based self-help support group formed by women who have experienced some form of postnatal depression.

GROW Australia
GROW is a voluntary association of people who are experiencing difficulty in coping with their personal problems of living. They meet each week for mutual support, using a 12 step Program.

Depression & Mood Disorders Association of NSW
The Depression and Mood Disorders Association has a number of groups operating in the Sydney area. We are keen to start up new groups and have been having workshops to explore ideas about what kind of support is needed for people living with mood disorder and their families.

Social Anxiety Australia
Providing information, education and support to consumers, carers, health practitioners and the wider community on all aspects of Social Anxiety Disorder. Australia wide list of Social Anxiety Support Groups

Help in your Area
depressioNet's resources page. Click "State" - "Services" and then click your town. You will receive a list of local services including Support Groups.

Lifeline's Just Look
Just look is a comprehensive online national database of low cost or free health and community services offered throughout Australia.

Mood Disorders Association (SA)
MDA mission is to assist all South Australians affected by unipolar depression and bipolar affective and schizoaffective disorders through education, information, support and advocacy. They also conduct seminars and support groups.

Advocates for Survivors of Child Abuse
ASCA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping adult men and women come to terms with their childhood trauma. ASCA is a survivor-initiated organization that has established groups nationally and holds regular member meetings in most capital cities. They also provide an informal support network of fellow survivors in different regions.

Association for the Relatives and Friends of the Mentally Ill (ARAFMI)
ARAFMI offers mutual support groups, information, library, telephone support and home-based outreach support. ARAFMI's Mission Statement is: 'To provide mutual support for families and carers of people with a mental illness, including interventions such as information, counselling and support.

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