Due to COVID-19, we are now conducting our groups via online video chat and conference calls. Here are schedules for all the groups our RCCs are holding remotely:
Brockton RCC Online Groups
Fall River/Quincy RCC Online Groups
Hyannis RCC Online Groups
Peer Support Line
Our Peer Support Line 877-733-7563 (877 PEER LNE)
Hours of Operation: Monday through Sunday from 4pm-8pm.
Our Peer Support Line is a compassionate community telephone service, staffed by Operators who have lived experience with mental health issues. We provide a supportive ear to callers who want to share their thoughts and feelings about life and its challenges with a person who also has lived experience.
Operators talk about the day to day experiences of living with mental health issues, and focus on transformation and recovery possibilities from a place where many people feel disabled, isolated and perhaps stuck. The message of HOPE is emphasized, strong and clear, based on the personal accomplishments and achievements of wellness by the Operators. While we recognize that wellness fluctuates from day to day, and sometimes from hour to hour, this is something that our Peer Operators can talk about.
For more information about other support lines around the country, many of which take out of state calls, please visit http://www.warmline.org.
Please feel free to print out and post: Peer Support Line Flyer
NAMI Mass Compass: Your Guide to Mental Health Resources (617)580-8541
Opening Doors to the Arts
Opening Doors to the Arts is an offering of BMC’s Metro Boston Recovery Learning Community and the National Alliance on Mental Illness peer support network of NAMI Greater Boston.
We secure free and reduced price tickets to concerts, theater, conference and events, circus and the occasional sporting event for people with mental health and/or addictions (peers).
Peers can email info@OpeningDoorsToTheArts.org to learn more and get added to the email distribution list.Click here for the Opening Doors to the Arts Website!
Visit our website call 781-642-0368 to reach director Howard Trachtman for more information.