The Hope Center
Please Note: In-person activities are currently suspended, but we are meeting remotely with Zoom & Call-In options. New groups were recently added! Click to learn more.
The Hope Center Recovery Learning Center (RLC) is a peer-run organization dedicated to providing support, education and advocacy to those who self-identify with a mental health and/or substance use history. RLCs offer opportunities and resources to assist individuals in finding their own path to recovery. Operated, managed and staffed by others in recovery, each RLC is a place where shared lived experience is central to the belief that recovery is real for all. The Hope Center is run in partnership with the larger Metro-Boston Recovery Learning Community, and offers a center with no barrier to access. All services are free of charge, have no intake or assessment needed to become a member, and do not require that a person be connected to any mental health agency or provider. The Hope Center offers mutual support groups, including Wellness Recovery Action Planning, Elements of Happiness and Creative Writing. The Center also offers computer time and instruction, gym time and physical activity groups, and opportunities to access the community with others. The Hope Center is open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The RLC’s doors are open to anyone who feels they belong there and wants to join a community of others in recovery.
Visit their website at: www.mbrlc.org/hope-center