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Are you or someone you know looking for help with bipolar disorder?
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National statistics place persons with bipolar disorder at 2.6% of the population. Within Colorado this 2.6% is 130,000 people and within Denver metro, 78,000 people. This segment of the population is largely unseen within our communities due somewhat to the shame of mental health problems in general.

Within the array of services available are mental health facilities, emergency rooms of hospitals, and private psychiatric or psychology practitioners, of which only the Sutherland Program Center for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Bipolar Disorder of the Sutherland Memorial Foundation is expressly managed to serve persons having bipolar disorder, but are uninsured or underinsured.

Located within the Psychology Department at the Boulder campus of the University of Colorado, the Sutherland program is designed to diagnose and provide treatment of bipolar persons with the end result that they become productive citizens in our communities by mastering the skills of living with bipolar disorder. This skills mastery is a systemic change for these individuals, and is quite different from the “rescue” treatments commonly provided by hospital ERs.

The Sutherland Program Center is managed by a licensed clinical psychologist. Click here for more information and how to get help.
Copyright © 2016 Robert D Sutherland Memorial Foundation / Sutherland Bipolar Center, All rights reserved.


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