Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance Grand Rapids (DBSA)


Kristin Finn

(616) 365-1853


Sara Watrous

(616) 680-0246


Our goal is to support and educate people with bipolar disorder and depression. You are not alone and we’re here to help. We also provide support, hope, and insight to family and friends.


Support Group meetings 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month from 7-8:45 pm at: 


Eastminster Presbyterian Church

1700 Woodward SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49506

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Mental Health Foundation of West Michigan

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349 Division Ave. South

Grand Rapids, MI 49503


(616) 389-8601


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Live Laugh Love

Live Laugh Love is an interactive 4-class series that uses multimedia as a tool to help recognize the symptoms of depression and the warning signs of suicide in themselves, a friend or family member. 


Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health First Aid equips the public to help persons with mental illness connect to care and end stigma.

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NAMI Kent County

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(616) 559-0045


NAMI Basics (6 weeks)

NAMI Basics OnDemand

NAMI Basics OnDemand is a free, six-session online education program for parents, caregivers and other family who provide care for youth aged 22 or younger who are experiencing mental health symptoms.


Family to Family (12 weeks)

Family-to-Family is an education program for family members of individuals living with mental illnesses. 



NAMI FaithNet strives to encourage welcoming, caring congregations as well as to promote the vital role of spirituality in the recovery journeys of many who live with mental health conditions.



NAMI Peer-to-Peer is a class for adults with mental health conditions. The course is designed to encourage growth, healing and recovery among participants.


NAMI Family and Friends

A 90 min or 4 hr. seminar that informs and supports families affected by mental illness

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Cherry Health Services

Multiple locations with many providers and services


(616) 965-8308


Cherry Health is an independent, non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) with a primary focus of providing high quality health services to those who have little or no access to health care, regardless of income or insurance status. Services provided by Cherry Health include primary care, women’s health, pediatrics, dental, vision and mental health. We provide a sliding fee payment scale based on income and family size. Medicaid and Healthy Michigan are accepted.


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Oasis of Hope Center

522 Leonard St SW

Grand Rapids, MI 49504


(616) 451-8868


Oasis of Hope Center provides quality health care at no cost to individuals who do not have health insurance and have a total household income of up to 200% of federal poverty guidelines. Our licensed medical providers are here to provide care in a comfortable and caring environment.

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Psychiatric Associates of West Michigan

1403 60th ST SE

Kentwood, MI 49508


(616) 719-4488


Psychiatric Associates of West Michigan, PLC was formed in 1997 by our psychiatrists. We had been frustrated in various ways by the organizations in which we had worked. We came together to develop a group that focuses on highly competent and compassionate psychiatric care. Our emphasis has been on easily accessible, prompt, and timely care for people of all ages.

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Joseph Drumm, DO

609 Lakeside Dr. SE

East Grand Rapids, MI 49506


(830) 837-6999


Dr. Drumm sees patients of all ages (children, adolescents, adults and geriatric populations); services will be made available in-office in Grand Rapids and/or via telepsychiatry (telemedicine) for any/all persons in the state of Michigan.  Treatment modalities include medication management +/- psychotherapy.

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