Think you may be having a depressive episode?

Only a licensed professional can tell, but here are some of the symptoms:

If you’ve experienced many of these symptoms for the past two weeks, you may be in a depressive episode. Make sure you get the help you need. You may also consider applying for this clinical trial that could help.

See if You Qualify

Fill out the form below to see if you meet the basic study requirements.

Why participate?

  • You could try an investigational treatment intended for depression
  • Receive $468 USD at minimun if you participate
  • Be part of advancing research that could help others with MDD

*Source: https://pubmed.ncbi.nkm.nih.gov/33653118

What’s Involved?

  • Fill out the questionnaire above
  • If you qualify, you’d take the investigational medication, or placebo, for 6 weeks
  • You’d have approximately 7 in-person checkup visits
  • At the end of the study, you may be able to to join the open label study, and if you qualify, you could then continue taking the investigational treatment.

Frequently asked questions

What is the investigational treatment?

The investigational treatment, or BHV-7000, is a medication that’s taken once daily.

Will everyone receive the investigational treatment?

For the 6-week treatment period, you’ll have a 50% chance of receiving the investigational treatment, and a 50% chance of receiving the placebo. The placebo is a pill that looks the same, but has no treatment.

Is there compensation for my participation?

Yes. Participants may receive compensation which may vary depending on location. You may receive up to $468 for your time and participation

Is medical insurance required to participate in the study?

No. You do not need health insurance to participate in this clinical trial.

I don’t know if I’m in a depressive episode. Could I qualify?

If you’re not sure, that’s fine! Just fill out the form the best you can. If you pre-qualify, someone will be in contact to ask you more questions and see if you qualify.

Do I have to come off my current medication?

Yes. Participants currently on medication will have to stop taking for a time before beginning the study as directed by the study doctor. This may last up to 4 weeks, depending on the medication you are currently on or taking.

In addition to reaching out to your healthcare provider, consider exploring these resources.

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

Anxiety & Depression Association of America

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance