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More Fact Sheets

Understanding Major Depression and Recovery(PDF)
NAMI's booklet on Understanding Major Depression and Recovery.

Women and Depression Brochure
Learn more about women and depression in this self-help brochure from The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) that addresses the causes, symptoms, life stages and treatment of depression.

Depression in Women
NAMI's Fact Sheet on Depression in Women

Ask the Doctor: Treatment Resistant Depression
NAMI's Medical Director, Dr. Ken Duckworth, talks about treatment resistant depression and several treatment options.

Depression in Children and Teens
NAMI's Fact Sheet on Depression in Children and Adolescents


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Related Resources

Depression Survey Results
Depression is one of the most prevalent mental health conditions in the United States, affecting approximately 19 million American adults each year. The symptoms of depression vary widely and may greatly impact the social and economic well-being of sufferers. The goal of this survey is to document the costs of depression in terms of relationships, professional life, and economic well-being.

Find Support
Learn more about the full spectrum of programs and services that NAMI provides across the country for people living with mental illnesses, and their families and loved ones.

Living with Major Depression
Welcome to NAMI's Living with Major Depression community. Here you will find support, get targeted information and connect with people who understand.


Online Discussion

Living with Major Depression
Find support, share knowledge, ask questions and meet people who've been there.

Women and Depression
Meet and share support with other women who have been there.


Mental Illness Discussion Groups
Dozens of online groups for consumers, parents, spouses, siblings, teens and more. Get connected and find support.


Related Links

CBS Cares: Depression Web Site
As part of their new public service announcement campaign, CBS-TV has created a Web site on depression that contains information and stories.


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