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Due to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), all in-person NAMI Connection Support Groups have been temporarily suspended.

Please join one of our new remote Connection support groups:

Mondays, 10:30 am -12 pm
https://bostonmedicalcenter.zoom.us/j/955331152
Call: 1-646-558-8656, Meeting ID: 955 331 152

Tuesdays 7:00 pm
Call in number 425-436-6392 and enter access code number 119410

Tuesdays 10 – 11:30 am 
Call in number 508-206-8720 no password required.
(for women of color and their allies)

Find additional peer support options that you can access during this time.

Are you concerned about your mental health? Do you feel alone and hopeless? Are you wondering how to cope? Reconnect, rebuild, and find support with NAMI Connection Recovery Support Groups.

NAMI Connection is a free, peer-led support group for people who are concerned about their mental health. Groups are led by NAMI-trained facilitators who’ve been there. NAMI Connection groups allow you to talk about your experiences in a safe and confidential setting. The groups encourage empathy, productive discussion, and a sense of community. You will gain insight from hearing the challenges and successes of others.

NAMI Connection Recovery Support Groups will help you:

  • Find hope and develop relationships
  • Find better coping skills
  • Help others while helping yourself
  • Find strength in sharing experiences
  • Work for a better future in a realistic way
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Volunteering as a NAMI Connection Facilitator

NAMI Connection Support Groups are facilitated by two NAMI-trained leaders who are living with a mental health condition. The training involves a 2-day classroom component. A one-year commitment is requested for all new facilitators.

Learn more about volunteering as a Connection Support Group Facilitator.

Contact us for more information about NAMI Connection:

Judi Maguire
NAMI Mass Director of Peer Programs
617-580-8541 x 223
jmaguire@namimass.org

Looking for additional peer support options?

Check out our Peer Support resource page.

You can also contact our COMPASS helpline. Learn more about COMPASS.