Boston

Boston Resource Center

Our regular hours:

Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays:

10 am--2 pm

Computer Room now open!

Solomon Carter Fuller Building (map)

85 East Newton Street Ground Floor (entrance is on the 1st floor)

Boston, MA 02118

Boston Medical Center Campus

To log into any of the groups (except the Women's Group) listed below, use this link:

https://bostonmedicalcenter.zoom.us/j/5468153050

One-touch local dialing: +19294362866,,5468153050#

 

To join by phone, call any of these numbers and enter Meeting ID: 546 815 3050. (No password required.)

Dial by your location:


        +1 929 436 2866 US (New York)
        +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
        +1 301 715 8592 US (DC Metro)
        +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
        +1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
        +1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)

 
 

 

Here are groups we are offering on Zoom. We will be continuing our Zoom program while we are open. We would love for you to join us! Use the link above to access on your computer, smartphone or tablet. (Landlines or long-distance, see below.)

Click here for a brochure of our schedule!

Monday: 

10:30 am-12 noon:  NAMI Connection
Structured 90-minute support group run by peers who have been trained by NAMI.

12-12:50 pm  Dual Recovery Anonymous  
A 12-Step fellowship for those with both substance use issues and mental health diagnoses in their lives.

1 pm-1:50 pm:  Men's Group 
A group by men, for men. Come talk about dude stuff with other dudes.

NEW! Please note the link is *different* for this group only:   https://bostonmedicalcenter.zoom.us/j/91290085189

1 pm-1:50 pm:  Women's Group A group by women, for women. Come talk about . . . whatever strikes your fancy!

Wednesday:

10 am--10:50 am: Our Best Supporter

Sometimes our best support is wordless. Do you love animals? Have one as a companion, thinking about getting one, or grieving a loss? (In the interest of not triggering others, no explicit stories of animal cruelty, please.)

 

11 am-11:50 am:  LGBTQ 

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and all queer folks and queer allies are welcome here! Represent some pride!

 

12-12:50 pm:  Dual Recovery Anonymous 

A 12-Step fellowship for those with both substance use issues and mental health diagnoses in their lives.

1--1:50 pm: Parenting

For all stages of parenting: Kids left the nest?

It’s not uncommon to have had parenting issues surrounding your mental health challenges. These issues can haunt us for years, affecting both our relationships with our adult children and our feelings about ourselves. Facilitated by two veteran moms. 

Thursday:

Beginning October 28:

10:00 am—11:20 am: STAIR 

STAIR is a 5-week course for survivors of acute trauma (for example, sexual/domestic abuse, combat, accidents, hurricanes, etc.). Those completing all five weeks will get a certificate of completion.  Please contact Idony Lisle for details: idony.lisle@bmc.org.

Beginning December 16:

10:00 am-10:50 am: 8 Dimensions of Wellness 

The concept of the eight dimensions of wellness (physical, intellectual, spiritual, emotional, financial, environmental, social, and occupational) has been around for a while. We explore them in a course of 9 weeks . If you miss no more than two groups, you will receive a certificate of completion. Please contact Idony Lisle for details: idony.lisle@bmc.org.

12-12:50 pm: Dual Recovery Anonymous 

A 12-Step fellowship for those with both substance use issues and mental health diagnoses in their lives.

1 pm--1:50 pm: Music Appreciation

Come prepared to share your favorite YouTube music video with others! Karaoke also welcome; talent is optional.

Sunday: 

12-12:50 pm: Dual Recovery Anonymous 

A 12-Step fellowship for those with both substance use issues and mental health diagnoses in their lives.

1 pm—1:50 pm Create!!

Create!! is a new Zoom group in which we spend an hour creating together and talking about our passions. Come draw, write, knit, bead, embroider and color with us!

2:00 pm--2:50 pm: Making Connections

This is a different type of peer support; a nice way to network and get to know peers very well.

Please email the webmaster or the MBRLC Director for more information, or call Yuka Gordon at (617) 875-4997