Inspire hope and give your community the tools needed to live intentionally—free from depression and anxiety.Lead a program
The community program is offered across the globe by people just like you who have recognized the opportunity to make a difference. You don’t have to be a mental health expert. We will equip you with all the tools necessary to run a successful program.
Going solo? Or need some help? Pick an option that works for the size of your group and begin the training for you and your team.
Pick a venue where you feel your group will be most comfortable. This could be your home, church, library, or community event center. Then decide on a date and start planning.
Get the word out and start seeing the difference one program can have on a community. We promise you’ll make some great friends along the way!
The community Nedley Depression and Anxiety Recovery Program™ has been utilized in every continent in over 40 countries. See the amazing results achieved by community leaders like you!
“We have helped hundreds of people find new meaning in life, learn to smile again, and mend relationships. Just this year, we were able to learn of some recent data completed for our county. Within our county, we were the only city to boast a decrease in suicide rates over a period of 4 years. We have no doubt that the NDARP has been a big part of contributing to these incredible results. Twice a year, our community has been able to rely on the weekly meetings of the community program. The Nedley Depression and Anxiety Recovery Program™ has become a cornerstone of the our community health initiative.”
“One of the wonderful parts of having a smaller NDARP group recently was that my team and I were able to get to know everyone personally and spend more time with them than with a larger group. I loved the participants’ response to the food tasting we included!”
“Dr. Nedley’s lectures and the facilitated small groups provided an amazing way for participants to connect with the information and with each other.”
“I love working in the NDARP because of the changes I have seen in people’s lives and the personal testimonies that they share. Many people have expressed so much gratitude to us for running the program and we see how they have benefited from the program. And I have had four alumni do their associate director or facilitator training. To see these people moving forward into ministry and receiving the blessing of helping others has been the most satisfying part of running these programs. This program has saved people’s lives who were suicidal before.”
“It was such a joy seeing people’s lives changed in just weeks!”
“I enjoyed the small group discussions! The program was a great success and people are already asking when we will do it again.”
"I love being an NDARP associate director because this program directly improves people’s lives as a whole! The post-video discussions are so rich and dynamic! People who have suffered from depression and anxiety for up to forty years have told me they finally have some relief after this program. I like to observe the inevitable face lift over the course of eight weeks too! In one program, a mom and daughter found healing together, and afterwards kept telling me how amazing this program was for them. Many people have told me that shortly after completing this program, a tragedy happened in their life and now they know how to handle it in a mentally healthy way."
Sadly, depression and anxiety know no cultural, social, or economic barriers and annually plague the lives of countless thousands. And while global statistics indicate a growing epidemic every passing year, education is the crucial first step in bringing lasting relief and full recovery to the suffering.
Be the catalyst of change for someone else as you share transformative mental health education. As you share information about lifestyle treatments, appropriate therapies, supplements, or medications, you can bring hope to another person. As a team dedicated to eradicating depression and anxiety one life at a time, together we can combat the mental health crisis.