Description

DailyStrength is a mental health forum with over 400 support groups for different mental health conditions. It has 22,500+ members worldwide.

This community's completely free and there are no requirements to join. Also, you can participate anonymously if you want to. DailyStrength has over 400 support groups for different mental health conditions, such as depression, anxiety, alcoholism, bipolar disorder, PTSD, and more. You can join one or several groups according to your needs.

Inside each group, you will find a crew of like-minded people who are going through similar issues. Members use the support groups to vent, share their struggles and successes, and motivate each other. It's indeed a great place to share your experience and get useful feedback and advice.

Details

  • Membership: Free Community
  • Year Founded: 2006
  • Founders:

    Jeffery Arnold and Mehmet Oz

  • Amount of members: 23,500
  • Online Group: Yes
  • Online Platform: Own Platform
  • Job board: No
  • Language: English
  • ONG: Yes
  • Method: Virtual
Benefits

Find like-minded people:
DailyStrength allows you to connect with thousands of like-minded people worldwide who are going through similar issues. You can participate in the community to make new friends and share your experiences with others.

Get support:
This community is a great place to vent. Members share their struggles and successes with others who understand them in over 400 support groups for different mental health conditions.

Access useful crisis resources:
DailyStrength has put together a useful crisis resources article. It contains helpful links to websites and phone numbers of associations in different countries for members to turn to when a crisis comes up.

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Requirements

No requirements.

Place

Networking Events

Members of DailyStrength connect and interact on the community's own platform. It has over 400 support groups for different mental health conditions, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, PTSD, and more. You can join one or several groups according to your needs to start interacting with like-minded people going through similar issues. Members use the community to share challenges and successes with one another and to get motivation and accountability.

Content Library

DailyStrength has an article with crisis resources members can turn to when needed. It includes useful links to websites and phone numbers of associations in different countries for suicide prevention, depression, rape, abuse, domestic violence, substance abuse, alcoholism, gay/lesbian issues, medical emergencies, and women's health, pregnancy, and sexual health.

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