The National Network of Depression Centers (NNDC) is an initiative being launched by the University of Michigan Comprehensive Depression Center, in conjunction with colleague institutions across the nation.
The primary goal of the NNDC is to transform and accelerate the understanding and treatment of depressive and bipolar disorders by developing an integrated network of leading Depression Centers.
The multidisciplinary outreach programs of the NNDC will help to better diagnose and treat depression and bipolar illness, as well as eradicate stigma associated with these diseases.
For more information on the NNDC please visit http://www.nndc.org.
Depression Center Scientists are leaders in the scientific community who generously lend their expertise, ideas and assistance to the Depression Center faculty to help strengthen our programs and further our mission.
The mission of the Institute for Depression Studies and Treatment is to encourage and support new strategies for the early detection, prevention, and treatment of depression and related mental health issues. The Institute supports medical research, clinical efforts, and public outreach efforts through its support of organizations accredited for that purpose. The Board of Directors works to support the University of Colorado Depression Center.