Peer support groups can be found in almost any community, and often provide a forum to share information, experience and fellowship among their members. Peer support groups can be found within mental health agencies, and sometimes have a professional facilitator. Others operate independently and are informally-led. Ask for information about support groups in your area, or contact self-help associations who collect listings of groups active in their area.
Some provinces have online and phone resources that list community mental health agencies and services.
About depression, mood disorders and healing through understanding. Available at bookstores or online.
The healthy living magazine for those with bipolar. At bookstores or online.