bipolar support group

Welcome to our support group. We are a small, dedicated group, Please see 'Meetings' tab for current information on meeting location. We have social events occasionally, giving us an opportunity to socialize, make friends, and spend some time with those who understand our moods best. We welcome those with mood disorders.

Our members struggle with mood disorders of varying levels of severity.We have been through a great deal, and we join weekly to put our collective knowledge to use in supporting and encouraging one another. We also share coping skills.

Our group meetings follow a format provided by national DBSA. We read guidelines at the beginning of each meeting and adhere to them in order to provide a safe and friendly environment. Of course, our most important principle is confidentiality. What is said in meeting stays in meeting, who was at meeting stays at meeting.

Our meetings cover a number of topics. No topic is off limits as long as it relates to our mood disorder and how they affect our lives. We are a procovery focused group, discussing coping strategies and healthy ways to live with our illness.  We await to hear from you.

DBSA Longspeak Nonprofit

This Chapter is a stand alone nonprofit. We have our own FEIN number and are registered with the state of Colorado charitable organization in good standing. We are supported by donations from our group members. Please consider helping and donate today!!

We are excited to be able to bring to you the recovery tool Pathways to Recovery. Registration is open now. This is a proven tool used to help individuals reach thier goals in life, by using their choices in life to cope and gain confidence toward a life they desire. Facilitated by a certified Pathways to Recovery facilitator. Call Laurie@ 303-810-9629 for more information or to register. 

bipolar support group

Abstract image of a Bipolar mind




 Laurie Woodman




Certified Peer Specialist

Colorado Mental Wellness Network...Peer Specialist Instructor

Due to the stigma, some chose to be annoymous, for varying  reasons.


 Jodi Benson


   This website last updated

         November 13, 2021