The Peer Support Line is a listening line staffed by peers, people who have experienced the recovery process themselves. Peer operators are trained to listen to anonymous callers, offer compassion and validation, and assist callers in connecting with their own internal resources, strengths, and direction.
Please join your fellow peers for our monthly networking dinner, every second Thursday of the month at Bertucci’s Restaurant 799 Main St. in Cambridge near Massachusetts Ave. and the Central Square Redline stop. Hope to see you there!
Opening Doors to the Arts (ODA) provides low-income members of the mental health recovery community with access to low-cost or free arts and entertainment opportunities. We invite our community to experience the healing power of the arts.
In Our Own Voice is a free presentation given by two people living with mental illness about their journey with their diseases. The hour-long talk is appropriate for family members, friends, professionals, lay audiences and other people living with mental illness.
NAMI Connection is a structured support group led by trained facilitators that uses charts that help the group proceed smoothly. The support groups are run by people living with mental illness themselves.