Peer Support Line

The MBRLC Peer Support Line is a listening line staffed by peers, people who have experienced the recovery process themselves.

Peer Support Line


4:00PM to 8:00PM
7 Days per Week

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. The operators can provide local, State, and national resources to assist callers in their recovery. Crucially, operators emphasize the message of hope, because they themselves offer living examples of personal accomplishment and the achievement of wellness.1

For a complete directory of peer support lines, visit

1 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. “Warm Lines: Peers Helping Peers, Featuring The Metro Boston Recovery Learning Community” in Recovery to Practice: Resource Center for Behavioral Health Professionals, Issue No. 26: November 12, 2010.