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Merseyside Fellowship of
Depressives Anonymous


All Are Welcome

Merseyside Fellowship of Depressives Anonymous is a self-help/self advocacy group run by and for people who experience depressive illness and/or anxiety disorders. We offer opportunities for mutual support, exchange of information and self-help techniques. We also link up with other groups to oppose oppression and promote good practice.

Our activities include:

Our most popular event is our annual Depression Awareness Day. Comments we have received include:

“There was a friendly relaxed atmosphere; it was a good opportunity to meet others who have depression and to exchange information”

“It helped me feel less alone and isolated”

“The many leaflets and information available was most useful”

“I learned a lot, and a new look to my problem”

This year our Depression Awareness Day is on Saturday 15th June 11am to 4.15pm, at The Glaxo Centre, Norton Street (next to National bus station), Liverpool.3. There is full wheelchair access and a hearing loop system. There is a small minimum charge of £1.50. Whether you experience depression or anxiety disorder; are a carer; community health worker or just want to find out more information, you are very welcome to come along. It is an opportunity to:

The venue is very near bus and train services in Liverpool city centre. Full directions and map are available on request . Enquiries: Phone Chris on (0151) 260 3560 UK, or send SAE c/o CHC, 17 Lime St. Liverpool L1 1JG.

Christina Young

Please note: This page is not the official site, but will link to the official site when it is launched, which will be SOON!

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