NAMI-trained peers facilitate discussion, share resource information and coping strategies. Free.
- Are you concerned about your mental health?
- Do you feel alone and hopeless?
- Are you wondering how to cope?
- Reconnect, rebuild, find support and hope with NAMI Connection
|Place:||Lindemann Inn, Health Care for the Homeless,|
|25 Staniford, Boston, MA|
|Date/time:||Thursdays 3:00-4:30 PM|
|Contact:||Jackie Martinez, email@example.com|
|(Bilingual: Espanol and English)|
|Place:||Hope Center, Department of Mental Health,|
|25 Staniford St, Boston.|
|Date/time:||Tuesdays 1:00 – 2:30 PM|
office: (617) 626-8692
|Place:||Boston Medical Center, Resource Center,|
|ground floor, 85 E. Newton St, Boston.|
|Date/time:||Mondays 10:30 – 12:00 PM|
|Contact:||Yuka Gordon, 617-305-9900|
In Dorchester, a neighborhood of Boston
|Place:||Peer Education Resource Center,|
|1500 Dorchester Ave, Dorchester.|
|Date/time:||Thursdays 3:00 – 4:30 PM|
|Contact:||Saraj Selkovitis, 617-788-1034,|
In Roxbury, Dual Diagnosis, but all are welcome
|Place:||STEPRox, Recover Support Center,|
|9 Palmer Street, Roxbury.|
|Date/time:||Wednesdays, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm.|
|Contact:||Stella, 617-442-7837, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Flyer:||One Page Flyer in PDF|
Other locations beyond Boston
NAMI Massachusetts’ Connections Support Groups webpage
ONLINE – The Greater Boston Peer Network’s website
~ Greater Boston Peer Network is about people in recovery—helping and supporting each other. We often share our recovery experiences.
~ All our members are peers—meaning we are people with shared mental health struggles of one sort of another. See our website: http://namigbcan.org
ONLINE – NAMI Massachusetts’ Peer Support Resource List
~ See other peer programs on the NAMI Massachusetts’ peer support webpage.