Peer-to-Peer is a free, 11-week recovery-focused educational program for adults who wish to maintain wellness.  Participants share their own stories and receive a variety of strategies designed to improve decision-making skills, identify and overcome triggers and recognize the impact of emotions on actions.

For current classes, see NAMI Massachusetts’ webpage.

Metro Boston Recovery Learning Communities (RLC)

NAMI Greater Boston Peer Support and Advocacy Network supports these peer-led organizations. These five centers operate with regular open office hours. People can walk in and receive support, care, and attention. These services include employment, social activities, education. Here is the link to visit the Metro Boston RLC:

Local Club Houses

Center Club Boston is the oldest and largest Clubhouse in New England for people with psychiatric disabilities. The five-day-a-week program combines employment, housing and education services with social activities, wellness initiatives, and advocacy using a holistic approach that is highly empowering.
Casa Primavera is a unique clubhouse specifically designed for Latino men and women living with mental illness. Casa Primavera provides a safe and supportive environment for many individuals who have had problems both accessing and adapting to the mental health system due to language and cultural barriers.
Transitions of Boston Clubhouse  (Please note: currently they do not have a website. Here is their information.)
Address:  1960 Washington Street, Roxbury, MA 02118 (right across the street from the Jim Rice softball field.)
Contact: Please call for more information, director: Vinnette McKay, Phone: 617-788-1024, Email: vmckay@baycove.org.
Clubhouse Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 8.30 am – 5.00 pm,
Tuesday – Thursday: 8.30 am – 7.00 pm
Saturday and all Holidays: 10.00 am – 3.00 pm