The Eisenberg Family Depression Center provides educational mental health resources, programs and events throughout the Ann Arbor area, the state of Michigan, and beyond.

These initiatives feature presentations from clinicians, scholars, researchers, and other experts across a variety of disciplines that foster the exchange of ideas and celebrate putting knowledge into action.

Bright Nights Public Forums

Offering the latest research and information on a variety of topics related to depression.

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Todd Ouida Lecture in Childhood Anxiety

Featuring outstanding young researchers working in childhood anxiety and depression.

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Prechter Lecture Series

Featuring distinguished researchers, authors and others whose work focuses on bipolar disorder.

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Depression Toolkit

Information, tools, support, and resources to guide you through your mental health journey.

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Maxwell Gray Film Fellowships

Student-produced films that promote mental health through the power of storytelling.

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Mental Minute Podcast

Interviews with U-M experts and community members covering prescient mental health topics.

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Youth Mental Health – Supporting Parents to Help Their Children and Themselves

A feature presentation from Bright Nights