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Bipolar Resources by State
Edmond - Depression/Bipolar Disorders Individual/Family Support Group: Support for Individuals and Their Families. Meets Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m., Edmond Medical Center Hospital Cafeteria, located on N.W. corner of 2nd and Bryant. Enter off 2nd street - south visitor's entrance. Call John or Gerri Hames at 844-7967 for more information.
Midwest City - Depressive and Manic Depressive Support Groups: Midwest City Regional Hospital, Thursdays starting at 7:00p.m. Contact Carolyn Archer for more information (405) 840-0607.
Reach-Out Hotline: (24 hour referral) toll-free statewide 1(800) 522-9054
DBSA Chapters/Support Groups
DBSA Southwest Oklahoma
Contact 1: John Windham
Phone: (580) 512-8426
Contact 2: Jack & Priscilla Yoast
Additional Phone: (580) 248-2390
Fax: (580) 355-9036
The Child and Adolescent Bipolar Foundation (CABF) has a website at: http://www.bpkids.org that provides information to support families with children with bipolar. Fact sheets, newsletters, chat rooms, physician locators, and a support group directory for each state are also provided on this site.
National Mental Health Association (NMHA) is the country's oldest and largest nonprofit organization addressing all.phpects of mental health and mental illness. NMHA has more than 340 affiliates nationwide. To find help and/or a support group in your community, contact NMHA by internet at: http://www.nmha.org/affiliates/ or by phone at: 1-800-969-NMHA (6642).
UNITED WAY (Information and Referral): Dial 211
for information about support groups and services in Oklahoma.
Your State NAMI
IF YOU ARE IN A CRISIS, PLEASE CALL: 1-800-SUICIDE
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The Warning Signs Of An Impending Bipolar Disorder Manic Episode
Bipolar disorder - as the name implies - involves two distinct set of symptoms. One set throws the individual down into the depths of a massive depression. The other places the individual who suffers with bipolar disorder at the top of a peak manic episode.
Most everyone can eventually recognize the warning signs of an impending depressive episode related to bipolar disorder. More likely than not, individuals with bipolar disorder try very hard to avoid it.
However, for many individuals with bipolar disorder, it's more difficult to recognize the signs of an impending manic episode. After all, a manic episode of bipolar disorder can be mistaken in some cases - especially in the very early formation -- for the lifting of the corresponding mood swing of the depression.
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