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Depression is real.

Hope is real too.

Major depression is a medical illness that now affects more than 23 million adults each year. Depression affects our thoughts, feelings, mood, behavior, and physical health. Although devastating at times, depression is highly treatable.

Offering information, education, support, and spiritual hope to those affected by depression — as well as their families.

Faith-Based Depression Support

     Richfield, Minnesota

     Lakeville, Minnesota


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Support Groups


The support group program also offers weekly discussion & support group meetings at some Coalition church locations — designed to provide a network of Christian based support for those affected by depression, as well as their family members.


More Information...

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Crisis Hotlines


National Suicide Prevention Hotline

1-800-273-TALK (8255)


Metro Area Crisis Lines


Dakota County

952-891-7171

Washington County

651-777-5222

Ramsey County (adults)

651-266-7900

Ramsey County (children)

651-774-7000

Hennepin County (adults)

612-596-1223

Hennepin County (children)

612-348-2233

Carver/Scott Counties

952-442-7601

Anoka County

763-755-3801


 

“The Biology of Mood Disorders”

Presented by

Dr Robert Havel, PsyD, LP

Minnesota Mental Health Clinics


February 9th

 

“When You Are Angry”


Presented by

 Brent Betterley, MA, LP

Minnesota Mental Health Clinics


March 9th

 

“How Are Depression and Diabetes Linked”

Presented by

Jill Toliver, CNP-Family Nurse

 Practitioner

Minnesota Mental Health Clinics

 



April 13th

 


“Insights: Confronting and Challenging the Stigma of Mental Illnesses”

Presented by

Shannon Bailey, NAMI

(National Alliance on Mental Illness)



May 11th

 

“Mental Health Services in the Community”

Presented by

Angela Elwell, Executive

 Director at MN Mental Health Clinics

June 15th Please note the new date

Spring Brochure Spring Poster
The final meeting of the series has been rescheduled for June 15th and will be held at the Minnesota Mental Health Clinic located at 3450 O'Leary Lane in Eagan!

St. Thomas Becket Catholic Church
4455 S. Robert Trail
Eagan, MN 55123


Contact: Bob Kelly, Deacon

651-683-9808, Ext. 11


2015 Spring Speaker Series

Mondays 7:00PM to 8:30PM


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