The DBSA 2015 “I to We” Weekend
A Very Special Mental Wellness Conference!
2015 marks DBSA’s 30th Anniversary of providing hope, help, support and education! In celebration, DBSA is hosting a very special national conference and leadership forum weekend this September 26 - 27. The “I to We” Weekend will offer a day of educational programming for peers, parents, families, friends, and the public as well as a day of in-depth training and networking opportunities for community leaders—chapter participants, parent network members, young adults, advocates, and peer specialists. The entire weekend will be punctuated by celebrations of the significant contributions of people living with mood disorders as well as the individuals who were instrumental in the formation and continued growth of DBSA and our ability to deliver on our mission to improve the lives of people living with mood disorders for the past 30 years.
Please save the date and join us in Chicagoland this September as DBSA is celebrates our past—30 years of connecting people living with mood disorders to life-saving peer support, information, tools, and resources. And our future—building on the foundation that our collective lived experience has the power to improve lives—by working together to create a future where wellness is no longer a possibility for only some, but a probability for all! We are working hard to finalize all the details, and we can’t wait to share more in the coming weeks about this exciting weekend and additional “I to We” events happening in 2015!
The 2015 I to We Weekend website will be live soon!
For now, if you'd to see what our last national conference was like, you can use the 2013 conference menu at the right to learn more.
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