Recovery Learning Communities (RLCs) are peer-run networks of self help/peer support, information and referral, advocacy and training activities. Training in trauma-healing, recovery concepts and tools, advocacy forums and social and recreational events are all part of what goes on in a Recovery Learning Community.
The doors are open to all people who are struggling with their mental health. RLCs work collaboratively with mental health providers, other human service agencies and the community at large to forward the mission of community integration and respect for people with mental health conditions. RLC activities are designed to appeal to the range of people in the community, including people of all racial and ethnic backgrounds and people of all co-occurring disabilities. RLCs are for everyone.
DMH Recovery Learning Community Directories
Spaces operated by the Kiva Centers:
Virtual Peer Support:
Spaces operated by the Wildflower Alliance:
Phone: (413) 539-5941
Toll free (866) 641-2853
Fax: (413) 536-5466
On the Web: https://wildfloweralliance.org
Northeast Independent Living Program
20 Ballard Road Lawrence, MA 01843
Phone: 978-687-4288 (V/TTY)
On the Web: www.nilp.org
Metro Boston Recovery Learning Community (MBRLC)
Yuka Gordon - MBRLC Director
- (617) 875-4997
On the Web: https://www.mbrlc.org/
- Boston Resource Center (https://www.mbrlc.org/boston-resource-center)
- CSRLC (https://www.mbrlc.org/csrlc)
- Hope Center (https://www.mbrlc.org/hope-center)
- Peer Support Network (https://www.mbrlc.org/peer-support-network)
The Southeast RLC has teams in five locations: Fall River, Taunton, Brockton, Hyannis and Quincy.
On the Web: www.southeastrlc.org