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Speaker Program

Award-winning, innovative and highly recognized leaders in the field of mood disorders speak and present to our DBSA NCA group each year.

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance National Capital Area Chapter

is pleased to announce that

Craig Lewis, Certified Peer Specialist Discussing his new book:

Better Days: A Mental Health Recovery Workbook
Saturday, May 9th @ 2:00pm

George Washington University Hospital

Washington Room – Basement Level

                                      900 23rd St NW (23rd & I St NW)                                      

  Foggy Bottom Metro

Autographed copies of book available for purchase!

Craig Lewis is a Certified Peer Specialist living and working in Massachusetts. He has struggled immensely with mental health issues throughout his life, but he has successfully transformed this into a life of wellness. He has embraced his recovery process, producing remarkably beneficial results. He has discovered that he has innate skills and capabilities for helping others in their recovery, and he has been able to help many people improve the quality of their lives, which is life-affirming for him. He does this by tapping into his lived experience to help others transcend their own struggles. He is sincerely committed to his recovery and helping nurture the recovery and wellness of all with whom he comes into contact. Craig is successfully working as part of an outreach team at a human services agency in Boston, Massachusetts. He also tours the country, speaking about his lived experience, sharing his struggles and triumphs to help others. www.betterdaysrecovery.com

All speaker program events are free and open to the public.

Past Speaker Events (Includes downloadable documents and presentations)

How you can helpVoluntary donations are encouraged.
Federal employees or members of the military can contribute to National DBSA through the Combined Federal Campaign, DBSA’s CFC code is 12000.

Recommend a speaker for the program.
Forward their contact information to hello@dbsanca.org.

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