Depression Alliance merged with Mind on Monday 1 August 2016.
For almost 40 years, Depression Alliance has been bringing people together to end the loneliness and isolation that can come with depression.
Raising awareness and campaigning to improve attitudes towards depression has been central to Depression Alliance’s work.
We are continuing to deliver services formerly provided by Depression Alliance, including:
- Friends in Need (the online community and its wellbeing network)
- and 60 Depression Alliance self-help groups.
Together, we won’t give up until everyone with depression gets the support they need and the respect they deserve.
Former Depression Alliance website – Beware fraudulent activity
We have just become aware that there is a fraudulent version of the former Depression Alliance site currently live. The site appears to have legitimate content about depression however, those who have tried to contact Depression Alliance via the site have reported receiving emails selling nutritional supplements.
We are very worried by the apparent intention to mislead those seeking support. We are investigating and will take action to make sure that the site is taken down as soon as possible.
If you’re seeking support for depression, please do get in touch with our Infoline team, visit our information pages or join our supportive online communities.