The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance invites you to promote your organization's brand and services at the DBSA 2013 National Conference: Stronger Together this June at the beautiful Hilton Miami Downtown.
Please contact Brittany Telandar at (312) 988 - 1173 or btelander@DBSAlliance.org for exhibit and advertising benefits alligned with conference sponsorships.
Non-Profit Advertising Opportunities
Please download the non-profit exhibit and advertising informational flyer and advertising contract below. For questions about non-profit advertising or exhibiting, please contact Whitney Holmes at (312) 988 - 1178 or wholmes@DBSAlliance.org.
Conference Attendee Profile
Typical attendance is 400 to 500 individuals, the vast majority of whom live with depression or bipolar disorder.
Each of our attendees will receive a comprehensive program book when they check-in for the conference which includes the full conference, Friday - Monday+, schedule and explanation of presentation and special events. This book will be used by our attendees constantly throughout the DBSA Stronger Together weekend, so your message will be readily available throughout the conference as well as a permanent reference after the weekend is over.
Non-Profit Advertising Rates
Advertisement in conference program book:
info, training, events
- Bipolar Disorder
- Screening Center
- Co-occurring Illnesses/Disorders
- Related Concerns
- Brochures (printable)
- eUpdate Newsletter
- Living Successfully Course
- Ask the Doc
- Outside Resources
- Peer Specialist Core Training
- DBSA Veteran Peer Specialist Training
- Peer Specialist Continuing Education
- DBSA Training, Consultation, & Speaker Services
- Mental Health First Aid
- Support Group Facilitator Training
- Wellness Options
treatment, tools, research
- Peer Support
peer groups, inspiration
- Help Others
family, friends, peers
How to Help in a Crisis
Help with Symptoms & Treatment
Help with Relationships
Support for Helpers
Balanced Mind Parent Network
- About DBSA
who we are
- Media Kit Facts about Mood Disorders DBSA News Releases & Announcements Public Service Announcements Partnering with DBSA