Meeting the Unmet Needs of Young Adults

 

Individuals with mood disorders between the ages of 18 - 29 face unique challenges as they transition from high school, to entering the workforce or college, to starting a career and/or a family of their own.  We are seeking your input to help create meaningful programs to address the needs of young adults. 

We are conducting a survey to collect feedback from young adults and parents of young adults on the issues of critical importance to this age group.  Please share your thoughts in the survey below. 

We will also be creating the DBSA Young Adult Council, which will help identify areas of specialized programming to assist young adults as they transition from family support to independence. 

  • If you are a young adult who is, 18 - 29 years of age, lives with a mood disorder, and is interested in learning more about the Council, please indicate this in the survey.
  • If you know a young adult who is, 18 - 29 years of age, lives with a mood disorder, and is interested in learning more about the Council, please take the survey yourself and encourage the person you think might be interested in the Council to do so as well, indicating their interest on the survey.

Thank you!

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Question - Required - I am:





*2. I think the MOST important mental health related issue facing a person age 18 - 29 is:
(Select one of the available choices or enter a different value.)



*3. I think the SECOND MOST important mental health related issue facing a person age 18 - 29 is:
(Select one of the available choices or enter a different value.)



*4.
Question - Required - I think the TWO most important factors in helping a person age 18 - 29 find/maintain employment are:
Please make between 1 and 2 selections from the choices below.

*5.
Question - Required - I think the TWO most important factors in helping a person age 18 - 29 access adequate mental health care services are:
Please make between 1 and 2 selections from the choices below.

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Question - Required - I think the TWO most important factors in helping a person age 18 - 29 develop/maintain relationships and/or a circle of friends are:
Please make between 1 and 2 selections from the choices below.

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Question - Required - I think the TWO most important factors in helping a person age 18 - 29 live independent from parental support are:
Please make between 1 and 2 selections from the choices below.

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Question - Required - I think the TWO most important factors in helping a person age 18 - 29 succeed in college or at university are:
Please make between 1 and 2 selections from the choices below.

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Question - Required - I think the TWO most important factors in helping a person age 18 - 29 evaluate disclosure to friends, extended family, and/or co-workers are:
Please make between 1 and 2 selections from the choices below.

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12. OPTIONAL: Please contact me about the Young Adult Council at:

 

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