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Artists Group

Price: $0.00

Date: September 6, 2018

Artists Group

Price: $0.00

Date: September 20, 2018

Artists Group

Price: $0.00

Date: October 4, 2018

Family-to-Family, Thursday

Family-to-Family Education Program

Family-to-Family is a free 12-week course for family caregivers of individuals with severe mental illnesses that discusses the clinical treatment of these illnesses and teaches the knowledge and skills that family members need to cope effectively. Family-to-Family offers resources, insights, coping skills, and genuine support for families. Our volunteer teachers equip the class participants with the knowledge they need to navigate the mental health system.

The programs are taught by family members; people who have lived the journey and can relate on a personal level to those seeking knowledge and comfort. These volunteers are trained by NAMI Mass according to the best practices instituted by NAMI National. The highest standards are maintained by this practice and are governed by the oversight of each program’s Steering Committee and the Education Committee.

If you’re interested in taking a class, review the current schedule of classes offered below and please contact one of the teachers listed to get more details.

The 12 -week course will meet on Thursdays beginning on Sept 20th, 2018 (with NO class on Thanksgiving Nov 22nd).
Time: 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Contact Carolyn at Carolyn@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org or Sharon at Sharon@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org

*NOTE: if the current class is Closed/Full, please contact us to inquire about future classes.

NAMI Family-To-Family Education Curriculum

 Class 1: Introduction: Special features of the course; learning about the normative stages of emotional reactions to the trauma of mental illness; our belief system and principles; your goals for your family member with mental illness; understanding illness symptoms as a “double-edged sword.”

Class 2: Schizophrenia, Major Depression, Mania, Schizoaffective Disorder: Diagnostic criteria; characteristic features of psychotic illnesses; questions and answers about getting through the critical periods in mental illness; keeping a Crisis File.

Class 3: Mood Disorders, Borderline Personality Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, Dual Diagnosis: Types and sub-types of Depression and Bipolar Disorder; diagnostic criteria for Borderline Personality, Panic Disorder, and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder; Post-traumatic Stress Disorder; Co-occurring brain and addictive disorders; telling our stories.

Class 4: Basics About the Brain: Functions of key brain areas; research on functional and structural brain abnormalities in the major mental illnesses; genetic revolution in biological psychiatry; genetic transmission of major mental illnesses; infectious and neuro-developmental “second hits” which may cause mental illness; the biology of recovery; consumer stages of recovery from brain disorders.

Class 5: Problem Solving Skills Workshop: How to define a problem; sharing our problem statements; solving the problem; setting limits.

Class 6: Medication Review: How medications work; basic psychopharmacology of the mood disorders; anxiety disorders and schizophrenia; medication side effects; key treatment issues; stages of adherence to medications; early warning signs of relapse.

Class 7: Inside Mental Illness: Understanding the subjective experience of coping with a brain disorder; problems in maintaining self-esteem and positive identity; gaining empathy for the psychological struggle to protect one’s integrity in mental illness.

Class 8: Communication Skills Workshop: How illness interferes with the capacity to communicate; learning to be clear; how to respond when the topic is loaded; talking to the person behind the symptoms of mental illness.

Class 9: Self-care: Learning about family burden; sharing in relative groups; handling negative feelings of anger, entrapment, guilt, and grief; how to balance our lives.

Class 10: The Vision and Potential of Recovery: Learning about key principles of rehabilitation and model programs of community support; a first-person account of recovery from a consumer guest speaker.

Class 11: Advocacy: Challenging the power of stigma in our lives; learning how to change the system; meet and hear from people advocating for change.

Class 12: Review, Sharing, and Evaluation: Certification ceremony; Party!

Price: $0.00

Date: October 18, 2018

Artists Group

Price: $0.00

Date: October 18, 2018

Family-to-Family, Thursday

Family-to-Family Education Program

Family-to-Family is a free 12-week course for family caregivers of individuals with severe mental illnesses that discusses the clinical treatment of these illnesses and teaches the knowledge and skills that family members need to cope effectively. Family-to-Family offers resources, insights, coping skills, and genuine support for families. Our volunteer teachers equip the class participants with the knowledge they need to navigate the mental health system.

The programs are taught by family members; people who have lived the journey and can relate on a personal level to those seeking knowledge and comfort. These volunteers are trained by NAMI Mass according to the best practices instituted by NAMI National. The highest standards are maintained by this practice and are governed by the oversight of each program’s Steering Committee and the Education Committee.

If you’re interested in taking a class, review the current schedule of classes offered below and please contact one of the teachers listed to get more details.

The 12 -week course will meet on Thursdays beginning on Sept 20th, 2018 (with NO class on Thanksgiving Nov 22nd).
Time: 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Contact Carolyn at Carolyn@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org or Sharon at Sharon@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org

*NOTE: if the current class is Closed/Full, please contact us to inquire about future classes.

NAMI Family-To-Family Education Curriculum

 Class 1: Introduction: Special features of the course; learning about the normative stages of emotional reactions to the trauma of mental illness; our belief system and principles; your goals for your family member with mental illness; understanding illness symptoms as a “double-edged sword.”

Class 2: Schizophrenia, Major Depression, Mania, Schizoaffective Disorder: Diagnostic criteria; characteristic features of psychotic illnesses; questions and answers about getting through the critical periods in mental illness; keeping a Crisis File.

Class 3: Mood Disorders, Borderline Personality Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, Dual Diagnosis: Types and sub-types of Depression and Bipolar Disorder; diagnostic criteria for Borderline Personality, Panic Disorder, and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder; Post-traumatic Stress Disorder; Co-occurring brain and addictive disorders; telling our stories.

Class 4: Basics About the Brain: Functions of key brain areas; research on functional and structural brain abnormalities in the major mental illnesses; genetic revolution in biological psychiatry; genetic transmission of major mental illnesses; infectious and neuro-developmental “second hits” which may cause mental illness; the biology of recovery; consumer stages of recovery from brain disorders.

Class 5: Problem Solving Skills Workshop: How to define a problem; sharing our problem statements; solving the problem; setting limits.

Class 6: Medication Review: How medications work; basic psychopharmacology of the mood disorders; anxiety disorders and schizophrenia; medication side effects; key treatment issues; stages of adherence to medications; early warning signs of relapse.

Class 7: Inside Mental Illness: Understanding the subjective experience of coping with a brain disorder; problems in maintaining self-esteem and positive identity; gaining empathy for the psychological struggle to protect one’s integrity in mental illness.

Class 8: Communication Skills Workshop: How illness interferes with the capacity to communicate; learning to be clear; how to respond when the topic is loaded; talking to the person behind the symptoms of mental illness.

Class 9: Self-care: Learning about family burden; sharing in relative groups; handling negative feelings of anger, entrapment, guilt, and grief; how to balance our lives.

Class 10: The Vision and Potential of Recovery: Learning about key principles of rehabilitation and model programs of community support; a first-person account of recovery from a consumer guest speaker.

Class 11: Advocacy: Challenging the power of stigma in our lives; learning how to change the system; meet and hear from people advocating for change.

Class 12: Review, Sharing, and Evaluation: Certification ceremony; Party!

Price: $0.00

Date: October 25, 2018

Family-to-Family, Thursday

Family-to-Family Education Program

Family-to-Family is a free 12-week course for family caregivers of individuals with severe mental illnesses that discusses the clinical treatment of these illnesses and teaches the knowledge and skills that family members need to cope effectively. Family-to-Family offers resources, insights, coping skills, and genuine support for families. Our volunteer teachers equip the class participants with the knowledge they need to navigate the mental health system.

The programs are taught by family members; people who have lived the journey and can relate on a personal level to those seeking knowledge and comfort. These volunteers are trained by NAMI Mass according to the best practices instituted by NAMI National. The highest standards are maintained by this practice and are governed by the oversight of each program’s Steering Committee and the Education Committee.

If you’re interested in taking a class, review the current schedule of classes offered below and please contact one of the teachers listed to get more details.

The 12 -week course will meet on Thursdays beginning on Sept 20th, 2018 (with NO class on Thanksgiving Nov 22nd).
Time: 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Contact Carolyn at Carolyn@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org or Sharon at Sharon@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org

*NOTE: if the current class is Closed/Full, please contact us to inquire about future classes.

NAMI Family-To-Family Education Curriculum

 Class 1: Introduction: Special features of the course; learning about the normative stages of emotional reactions to the trauma of mental illness; our belief system and principles; your goals for your family member with mental illness; understanding illness symptoms as a “double-edged sword.”

Class 2: Schizophrenia, Major Depression, Mania, Schizoaffective Disorder: Diagnostic criteria; characteristic features of psychotic illnesses; questions and answers about getting through the critical periods in mental illness; keeping a Crisis File.

Class 3: Mood Disorders, Borderline Personality Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, Dual Diagnosis: Types and sub-types of Depression and Bipolar Disorder; diagnostic criteria for Borderline Personality, Panic Disorder, and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder; Post-traumatic Stress Disorder; Co-occurring brain and addictive disorders; telling our stories.

Class 4: Basics About the Brain: Functions of key brain areas; research on functional and structural brain abnormalities in the major mental illnesses; genetic revolution in biological psychiatry; genetic transmission of major mental illnesses; infectious and neuro-developmental “second hits” which may cause mental illness; the biology of recovery; consumer stages of recovery from brain disorders.

Class 5: Problem Solving Skills Workshop: How to define a problem; sharing our problem statements; solving the problem; setting limits.

Class 6: Medication Review: How medications work; basic psychopharmacology of the mood disorders; anxiety disorders and schizophrenia; medication side effects; key treatment issues; stages of adherence to medications; early warning signs of relapse.

Class 7: Inside Mental Illness: Understanding the subjective experience of coping with a brain disorder; problems in maintaining self-esteem and positive identity; gaining empathy for the psychological struggle to protect one’s integrity in mental illness.

Class 8: Communication Skills Workshop: How illness interferes with the capacity to communicate; learning to be clear; how to respond when the topic is loaded; talking to the person behind the symptoms of mental illness.

Class 9: Self-care: Learning about family burden; sharing in relative groups; handling negative feelings of anger, entrapment, guilt, and grief; how to balance our lives.

Class 10: The Vision and Potential of Recovery: Learning about key principles of rehabilitation and model programs of community support; a first-person account of recovery from a consumer guest speaker.

Class 11: Advocacy: Challenging the power of stigma in our lives; learning how to change the system; meet and hear from people advocating for change.

Class 12: Review, Sharing, and Evaluation: Certification ceremony; Party!

Price: $0.00

Date: November 1, 2018

Artists Group

Price: $0.00

Date: November 1, 2018

Family-to-Family, Thursday

Family-to-Family Education Program

Family-to-Family is a free 12-week course for family caregivers of individuals with severe mental illnesses that discusses the clinical treatment of these illnesses and teaches the knowledge and skills that family members need to cope effectively. Family-to-Family offers resources, insights, coping skills, and genuine support for families. Our volunteer teachers equip the class participants with the knowledge they need to navigate the mental health system.

The programs are taught by family members; people who have lived the journey and can relate on a personal level to those seeking knowledge and comfort. These volunteers are trained by NAMI Mass according to the best practices instituted by NAMI National. The highest standards are maintained by this practice and are governed by the oversight of each program’s Steering Committee and the Education Committee.

If you’re interested in taking a class, review the current schedule of classes offered below and please contact one of the teachers listed to get more details.

The 12 -week course will meet on Thursdays beginning on Sept 20th, 2018 (with NO class on Thanksgiving Nov 22nd).
Time: 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Contact Carolyn at Carolyn@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org or Sharon at Sharon@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org

*NOTE: if the current class is Closed/Full, please contact us to inquire about future classes.

NAMI Family-To-Family Education Curriculum

 Class 1: Introduction: Special features of the course; learning about the normative stages of emotional reactions to the trauma of mental illness; our belief system and principles; your goals for your family member with mental illness; understanding illness symptoms as a “double-edged sword.”

Class 2: Schizophrenia, Major Depression, Mania, Schizoaffective Disorder: Diagnostic criteria; characteristic features of psychotic illnesses; questions and answers about getting through the critical periods in mental illness; keeping a Crisis File.

Class 3: Mood Disorders, Borderline Personality Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, Dual Diagnosis: Types and sub-types of Depression and Bipolar Disorder; diagnostic criteria for Borderline Personality, Panic Disorder, and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder; Post-traumatic Stress Disorder; Co-occurring brain and addictive disorders; telling our stories.

Class 4: Basics About the Brain: Functions of key brain areas; research on functional and structural brain abnormalities in the major mental illnesses; genetic revolution in biological psychiatry; genetic transmission of major mental illnesses; infectious and neuro-developmental “second hits” which may cause mental illness; the biology of recovery; consumer stages of recovery from brain disorders.

Class 5: Problem Solving Skills Workshop: How to define a problem; sharing our problem statements; solving the problem; setting limits.

Class 6: Medication Review: How medications work; basic psychopharmacology of the mood disorders; anxiety disorders and schizophrenia; medication side effects; key treatment issues; stages of adherence to medications; early warning signs of relapse.

Class 7: Inside Mental Illness: Understanding the subjective experience of coping with a brain disorder; problems in maintaining self-esteem and positive identity; gaining empathy for the psychological struggle to protect one’s integrity in mental illness.

Class 8: Communication Skills Workshop: How illness interferes with the capacity to communicate; learning to be clear; how to respond when the topic is loaded; talking to the person behind the symptoms of mental illness.

Class 9: Self-care: Learning about family burden; sharing in relative groups; handling negative feelings of anger, entrapment, guilt, and grief; how to balance our lives.

Class 10: The Vision and Potential of Recovery: Learning about key principles of rehabilitation and model programs of community support; a first-person account of recovery from a consumer guest speaker.

Class 11: Advocacy: Challenging the power of stigma in our lives; learning how to change the system; meet and hear from people advocating for change.

Class 12: Review, Sharing, and Evaluation: Certification ceremony; Party!

Price: $0.00

Date: November 8, 2018

Family-to-Family, Thursday

Family-to-Family Education Program

Family-to-Family is a free 12-week course for family caregivers of individuals with severe mental illnesses that discusses the clinical treatment of these illnesses and teaches the knowledge and skills that family members need to cope effectively. Family-to-Family offers resources, insights, coping skills, and genuine support for families. Our volunteer teachers equip the class participants with the knowledge they need to navigate the mental health system.

The programs are taught by family members; people who have lived the journey and can relate on a personal level to those seeking knowledge and comfort. These volunteers are trained by NAMI Mass according to the best practices instituted by NAMI National. The highest standards are maintained by this practice and are governed by the oversight of each program’s Steering Committee and the Education Committee.

If you’re interested in taking a class, review the current schedule of classes offered below and please contact one of the teachers listed to get more details.

The 12 -week course will meet on Thursdays beginning on Sept 20th, 2018 (with NO class on Thanksgiving Nov 22nd).
Time: 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Contact Carolyn at Carolyn@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org or Sharon at Sharon@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org

*NOTE: if the current class is Closed/Full, please contact us to inquire about future classes.

NAMI Family-To-Family Education Curriculum

 Class 1: Introduction: Special features of the course; learning about the normative stages of emotional reactions to the trauma of mental illness; our belief system and principles; your goals for your family member with mental illness; understanding illness symptoms as a “double-edged sword.”

Class 2: Schizophrenia, Major Depression, Mania, Schizoaffective Disorder: Diagnostic criteria; characteristic features of psychotic illnesses; questions and answers about getting through the critical periods in mental illness; keeping a Crisis File.

Class 3: Mood Disorders, Borderline Personality Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, Dual Diagnosis: Types and sub-types of Depression and Bipolar Disorder; diagnostic criteria for Borderline Personality, Panic Disorder, and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder; Post-traumatic Stress Disorder; Co-occurring brain and addictive disorders; telling our stories.

Class 4: Basics About the Brain: Functions of key brain areas; research on functional and structural brain abnormalities in the major mental illnesses; genetic revolution in biological psychiatry; genetic transmission of major mental illnesses; infectious and neuro-developmental “second hits” which may cause mental illness; the biology of recovery; consumer stages of recovery from brain disorders.

Class 5: Problem Solving Skills Workshop: How to define a problem; sharing our problem statements; solving the problem; setting limits.

Class 6: Medication Review: How medications work; basic psychopharmacology of the mood disorders; anxiety disorders and schizophrenia; medication side effects; key treatment issues; stages of adherence to medications; early warning signs of relapse.

Class 7: Inside Mental Illness: Understanding the subjective experience of coping with a brain disorder; problems in maintaining self-esteem and positive identity; gaining empathy for the psychological struggle to protect one’s integrity in mental illness.

Class 8: Communication Skills Workshop: How illness interferes with the capacity to communicate; learning to be clear; how to respond when the topic is loaded; talking to the person behind the symptoms of mental illness.

Class 9: Self-care: Learning about family burden; sharing in relative groups; handling negative feelings of anger, entrapment, guilt, and grief; how to balance our lives.

Class 10: The Vision and Potential of Recovery: Learning about key principles of rehabilitation and model programs of community support; a first-person account of recovery from a consumer guest speaker.

Class 11: Advocacy: Challenging the power of stigma in our lives; learning how to change the system; meet and hear from people advocating for change.

Class 12: Review, Sharing, and Evaluation: Certification ceremony; Party!

Price: $0.00

Date: November 15, 2018

Artists Group

Price: $0.00

Date: November 15, 2018

Family-to-Family, Thursday

Family-to-Family Education Program

Family-to-Family is a free 12-week course for family caregivers of individuals with severe mental illnesses that discusses the clinical treatment of these illnesses and teaches the knowledge and skills that family members need to cope effectively. Family-to-Family offers resources, insights, coping skills, and genuine support for families. Our volunteer teachers equip the class participants with the knowledge they need to navigate the mental health system.

The programs are taught by family members; people who have lived the journey and can relate on a personal level to those seeking knowledge and comfort. These volunteers are trained by NAMI Mass according to the best practices instituted by NAMI National. The highest standards are maintained by this practice and are governed by the oversight of each program’s Steering Committee and the Education Committee.

If you’re interested in taking a class, review the current schedule of classes offered below and please contact one of the teachers listed to get more details.

The 12 -week course will meet on Thursdays beginning on Sept 20th, 2018 (with NO class on Thanksgiving Nov 22nd).
Time: 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Contact Carolyn at Carolyn@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org or Sharon at Sharon@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org

*NOTE: if the current class is Closed/Full, please contact us to inquire about future classes.

NAMI Family-To-Family Education Curriculum

 Class 1: Introduction: Special features of the course; learning about the normative stages of emotional reactions to the trauma of mental illness; our belief system and principles; your goals for your family member with mental illness; understanding illness symptoms as a “double-edged sword.”

Class 2: Schizophrenia, Major Depression, Mania, Schizoaffective Disorder: Diagnostic criteria; characteristic features of psychotic illnesses; questions and answers about getting through the critical periods in mental illness; keeping a Crisis File.

Class 3: Mood Disorders, Borderline Personality Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, Dual Diagnosis: Types and sub-types of Depression and Bipolar Disorder; diagnostic criteria for Borderline Personality, Panic Disorder, and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder; Post-traumatic Stress Disorder; Co-occurring brain and addictive disorders; telling our stories.

Class 4: Basics About the Brain: Functions of key brain areas; research on functional and structural brain abnormalities in the major mental illnesses; genetic revolution in biological psychiatry; genetic transmission of major mental illnesses; infectious and neuro-developmental “second hits” which may cause mental illness; the biology of recovery; consumer stages of recovery from brain disorders.

Class 5: Problem Solving Skills Workshop: How to define a problem; sharing our problem statements; solving the problem; setting limits.

Class 6: Medication Review: How medications work; basic psychopharmacology of the mood disorders; anxiety disorders and schizophrenia; medication side effects; key treatment issues; stages of adherence to medications; early warning signs of relapse.

Class 7: Inside Mental Illness: Understanding the subjective experience of coping with a brain disorder; problems in maintaining self-esteem and positive identity; gaining empathy for the psychological struggle to protect one’s integrity in mental illness.

Class 8: Communication Skills Workshop: How illness interferes with the capacity to communicate; learning to be clear; how to respond when the topic is loaded; talking to the person behind the symptoms of mental illness.

Class 9: Self-care: Learning about family burden; sharing in relative groups; handling negative feelings of anger, entrapment, guilt, and grief; how to balance our lives.

Class 10: The Vision and Potential of Recovery: Learning about key principles of rehabilitation and model programs of community support; a first-person account of recovery from a consumer guest speaker.

Class 11: Advocacy: Challenging the power of stigma in our lives; learning how to change the system; meet and hear from people advocating for change.

Class 12: Review, Sharing, and Evaluation: Certification ceremony; Party!

Price: $0.00

Date: November 29, 2018

Family-to-Family, Thursday

Family-to-Family Education Program

Family-to-Family is a free 12-week course for family caregivers of individuals with severe mental illnesses that discusses the clinical treatment of these illnesses and teaches the knowledge and skills that family members need to cope effectively. Family-to-Family offers resources, insights, coping skills, and genuine support for families. Our volunteer teachers equip the class participants with the knowledge they need to navigate the mental health system.

The programs are taught by family members; people who have lived the journey and can relate on a personal level to those seeking knowledge and comfort. These volunteers are trained by NAMI Mass according to the best practices instituted by NAMI National. The highest standards are maintained by this practice and are governed by the oversight of each program’s Steering Committee and the Education Committee.

If you’re interested in taking a class, review the current schedule of classes offered below and please contact one of the teachers listed to get more details.

The 12 -week course will meet on Thursdays beginning on Sept 20th, 2018 (with NO class on Thanksgiving Nov 22nd).
Time: 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Contact Carolyn at Carolyn@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org or Sharon at Sharon@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org

*NOTE: if the current class is Closed/Full, please contact us to inquire about future classes.

NAMI Family-To-Family Education Curriculum

 Class 1: Introduction: Special features of the course; learning about the normative stages of emotional reactions to the trauma of mental illness; our belief system and principles; your goals for your family member with mental illness; understanding illness symptoms as a “double-edged sword.”

Class 2: Schizophrenia, Major Depression, Mania, Schizoaffective Disorder: Diagnostic criteria; characteristic features of psychotic illnesses; questions and answers about getting through the critical periods in mental illness; keeping a Crisis File.

Class 3: Mood Disorders, Borderline Personality Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, Dual Diagnosis: Types and sub-types of Depression and Bipolar Disorder; diagnostic criteria for Borderline Personality, Panic Disorder, and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder; Post-traumatic Stress Disorder; Co-occurring brain and addictive disorders; telling our stories.

Class 4: Basics About the Brain: Functions of key brain areas; research on functional and structural brain abnormalities in the major mental illnesses; genetic revolution in biological psychiatry; genetic transmission of major mental illnesses; infectious and neuro-developmental “second hits” which may cause mental illness; the biology of recovery; consumer stages of recovery from brain disorders.

Class 5: Problem Solving Skills Workshop: How to define a problem; sharing our problem statements; solving the problem; setting limits.

Class 6: Medication Review: How medications work; basic psychopharmacology of the mood disorders; anxiety disorders and schizophrenia; medication side effects; key treatment issues; stages of adherence to medications; early warning signs of relapse.

Class 7: Inside Mental Illness: Understanding the subjective experience of coping with a brain disorder; problems in maintaining self-esteem and positive identity; gaining empathy for the psychological struggle to protect one’s integrity in mental illness.

Class 8: Communication Skills Workshop: How illness interferes with the capacity to communicate; learning to be clear; how to respond when the topic is loaded; talking to the person behind the symptoms of mental illness.

Class 9: Self-care: Learning about family burden; sharing in relative groups; handling negative feelings of anger, entrapment, guilt, and grief; how to balance our lives.

Class 10: The Vision and Potential of Recovery: Learning about key principles of rehabilitation and model programs of community support; a first-person account of recovery from a consumer guest speaker.

Class 11: Advocacy: Challenging the power of stigma in our lives; learning how to change the system; meet and hear from people advocating for change.

Class 12: Review, Sharing, and Evaluation: Certification ceremony; Party!

Price: $0.00

Date: December 6, 2018

Artists Group

Price: $0.00

Date: December 6, 2018

Artists Group

Price: $0.00

Date: December 20, 2018

Artists Group

Price: $0.00

Date: January 3, 2019

Family Support Group, Monday

SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental illness. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the purpose of the support groups is to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.

Please contact us at email@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org if you would like more information. You can also call our phone line to leave an inquiry at 617-894-0527 Listen for our greeting before leaving your message and someone will call you back.

Family Support Group meetings occur three times a month at the Cambridge Health Alliance – Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA 02139. The location is in on the 3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (also called Conference Room A) on the first, third and fourth Monday of the month, 7:30 to 9:00 pm. and it’s on the T.

First Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
Third Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Elizabeth, Jory and Tien-Yi)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: January 7, 2019

Let's Be Clear

Let's Be Clear
Communicating More Effectively with People who have Mental Illness

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 2019 • 30-8:30 PM
Cori Cather, director, Psychology Services
MGH Schizophrenia Program

Macht Auditorium, Cambridge Hospital
1493 Cambridge St., Cambridge, MA
(Parking vouchers available)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: January 9, 2019

Artists Group

Price: $0.00

Date: January 17, 2019

Family Support Group, Monday

SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental illness. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the purpose of the support groups is to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.

Please contact us at email@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org if you would like more information. You can also call our phone line to leave an inquiry at 617-894-0527 Listen for our greeting before leaving your message and someone will call you back.

Family Support Group meetings occur three times a month at the Cambridge Health Alliance – Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA 02139. The location is in on the 3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (also called Conference Room A) on the first, third and fourth Monday of the month, 7:30 to 9:00 pm. and it’s on the T.

First Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
Third Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Elizabeth, Jory and Tien-Yi)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: January 21, 2019

Family Support Group, Monday

SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental illness. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the purpose of the support groups is to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.

Please contact us at email@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org if you would like more information. You can also call our phone line to leave an inquiry at 617-894-0527 Listen for our greeting before leaving your message and someone will call you back.

Family Support Group meetings occur three times a month at the Cambridge Health Alliance – Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA 02139. The location is in on the 3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (also called Conference Room A) on the first, third and fourth Monday of the month, 7:30 to 9:00 pm. and it’s on the T.

First Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
Third Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Elizabeth, Jory and Tien-Yi)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: February 4, 2019

Artists Group

Price: $0.00

Date: February 7, 2019

Family Support Group, Monday

SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental illness. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the purpose of the support groups is to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.

Please contact us at email@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org if you would like more information. You can also call our phone line to leave an inquiry at 617-894-0527 Listen for our greeting before leaving your message and someone will call you back.

Family Support Group meetings occur three times a month at the Cambridge Health Alliance – Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA 02139. The location is in on the 3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (also called Conference Room A) on the first, third and fourth Monday of the month, 7:30 to 9:00 pm. and it’s on the T.

First Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
Third Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Elizabeth, Jory and Tien-Yi)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: February 18, 2019

Artists Group

Price: $0.00

Date: February 21, 2019

Family Support Group, Monday

SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental illness. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the purpose of the support groups is to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.

Please contact us at email@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org if you would like more information. You can also call our phone line to leave an inquiry at 617-894-0527 Listen for our greeting before leaving your message and someone will call you back.

Family Support Group meetings occur three times a month at the Cambridge Health Alliance – Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA 02139. The location is in on the 3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (also called Conference Room A) on the first, third and fourth Monday of the month, 7:30 to 9:00 pm. and it’s on the T.

First Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
Third Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Elizabeth, Jory and Tien-Yi)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: March 4, 2019

Artists Group

Price: $0.00

Date: March 7, 2019

Family Support Group, Monday

SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental illness. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the purpose of the support groups is to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.

Please contact us at email@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org if you would like more information. You can also call our phone line to leave an inquiry at 617-894-0527 Listen for our greeting before leaving your message and someone will call you back.

Family Support Group meetings occur three times a month at the Cambridge Health Alliance – Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA 02139. The location is in on the 3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (also called Conference Room A) on the first, third and fourth Monday of the month, 7:30 to 9:00 pm. and it’s on the T.

First Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
Third Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Elizabeth, Jory and Tien-Yi)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: March 18, 2019

Artists Group

Price: $0.00

Date: March 21, 2019

Family Support Group, Monday

SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental illness. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the purpose of the support groups is to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.

Please contact us at email@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org if you would like more information. You can also call our phone line to leave an inquiry at 617-894-0527 Listen for our greeting before leaving your message and someone will call you back.

Family Support Group meetings occur three times a month at the Cambridge Health Alliance – Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA 02139. The location is in on the 3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (also called Conference Room A) on the first, third and fourth Monday of the month, 7:30 to 9:00 pm. and it’s on the T.

First Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
Third Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Elizabeth, Jory and Tien-Yi)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: April 1, 2019

Artists Group

Price: $0.00

Date: April 4, 2019

Family Support Group, Monday

SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental illness. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the purpose of the support groups is to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.

Please contact us at email@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org if you would like more information. You can also call our phone line to leave an inquiry at 617-894-0527 Listen for our greeting before leaving your message and someone will call you back.

Family Support Group meetings occur three times a month at the Cambridge Health Alliance – Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA 02139. The location is in on the 3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (also called Conference Room A) on the first, third and fourth Monday of the month, 7:30 to 9:00 pm. and it’s on the T.

First Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
Third Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Elizabeth, Jory and Tien-Yi)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: April 15, 2019

Artists Group

Price: $0.00

Date: April 18, 2019

Artists Group

Price: $0.00

Date: May 2, 2019

Family Support Group, Monday

SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental illness. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the purpose of the support groups is to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.

Please contact us at email@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org if you would like more information. You can also call our phone line to leave an inquiry at 617-894-0527 Listen for our greeting before leaving your message and someone will call you back.

Family Support Group meetings occur three times a month at the Cambridge Health Alliance – Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA 02139. The location is in on the 3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (also called Conference Room A) on the first, third and fourth Monday of the month, 7:30 to 9:00 pm. and it’s on the T.

First Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
Third Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Elizabeth, Jory and Tien-Yi)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: May 6, 2019

Artists Group

Price: $0.00

Date: May 16, 2019

Family Support Group, Monday

SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental illness. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the purpose of the support groups is to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.

Please contact us at email@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org if you would like more information. You can also call our phone line to leave an inquiry at 617-894-0527 Listen for our greeting before leaving your message and someone will call you back.

Family Support Group meetings occur three times a month at the Cambridge Health Alliance – Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA 02139. The location is in on the 3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (also called Conference Room A) on the first, third and fourth Monday of the month, 7:30 to 9:00 pm. and it’s on the T.

First Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
Third Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Elizabeth, Jory and Tien-Yi)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: May 20, 2019

Family Support Group, Monday

SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental illness. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the purpose of the support groups is to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.

Please contact us at email@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org if you would like more information. You can also call our phone line to leave an inquiry at 617-894-0527 Listen for our greeting before leaving your message and someone will call you back.

Family Support Group meetings occur three times a month at the Cambridge Health Alliance – Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA 02139. The location is in on the 3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (also called Conference Room A) on the first, third and fourth Monday of the month, 7:30 to 9:00 pm. and it’s on the T.

First Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
Third Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Elizabeth, Jory and Tien-Yi)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: June 3, 2019

Family Support Group, Monday

SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental illness. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the purpose of the support groups is to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.

Please contact us at email@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org if you would like more information. You can also call our phone line to leave an inquiry at 617-894-0527 Listen for our greeting before leaving your message and someone will call you back.

Family Support Group meetings occur three times a month at the Cambridge Health Alliance – Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA 02139. The location is in on the 3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (also called Conference Room A) on the first, third and fourth Monday of the month, 7:30 to 9:00 pm. and it’s on the T.

First Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
Third Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Elizabeth, Jory and Tien-Yi)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: June 17, 2019

Family Support Group, Monday

SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental illness. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the purpose of the support groups is to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.

Please contact us at email@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org if you would like more information. You can also call our phone line to leave an inquiry at 617-894-0527 Listen for our greeting before leaving your message and someone will call you back.

Family Support Group meetings occur three times a month at the Cambridge Health Alliance – Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA 02139. The location is in on the 3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (also called Conference Room A) on the first, third and fourth Monday of the month, 7:30 to 9:00 pm. and it’s on the T.

First Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
Third Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Elizabeth, Jory and Tien-Yi)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: July 1, 2019

Family Support Group, Monday

SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental illness. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the purpose of the support groups is to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.

Please contact us at email@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org if you would like more information. You can also call our phone line to leave an inquiry at 617-894-0527 Listen for our greeting before leaving your message and someone will call you back.

Family Support Group meetings occur three times a month at the Cambridge Health Alliance – Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA 02139. The location is in on the 3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (also called Conference Room A) on the first, third and fourth Monday of the month, 7:30 to 9:00 pm. and it’s on the T.

First Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
Third Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Elizabeth, Jory and Tien-Yi)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: July 15, 2019

Family Support Group, Monday

SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental illness. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the purpose of the support groups is to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.

Please contact us at email@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org if you would like more information. You can also call our phone line to leave an inquiry at 617-894-0527 Listen for our greeting before leaving your message and someone will call you back.

Family Support Group meetings occur three times a month at the Cambridge Health Alliance – Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA 02139. The location is in on the 3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (also called Conference Room A) on the first, third and fourth Monday of the month, 7:30 to 9:00 pm. and it’s on the T.

First Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
Third Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Elizabeth, Jory and Tien-Yi)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: August 5, 2019

Family Support Group, Monday

SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental illness. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the purpose of the support groups is to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.

Please contact us at email@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org if you would like more information. You can also call our phone line to leave an inquiry at 617-894-0527 Listen for our greeting before leaving your message and someone will call you back.

Family Support Group meetings occur three times a month at the Cambridge Health Alliance – Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA 02139. The location is in on the 3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (also called Conference Room A) on the first, third and fourth Monday of the month, 7:30 to 9:00 pm. and it’s on the T.

First Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
Third Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Elizabeth, Jory and Tien-Yi)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: August 19, 2019

Family Support Group, Monday

SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental illness. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the purpose of the support groups is to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.

Please contact us at email@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org if you would like more information. You can also call our phone line to leave an inquiry at 617-894-0527 Listen for our greeting before leaving your message and someone will call you back.

Family Support Group meetings occur three times a month at the Cambridge Health Alliance – Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA 02139. The location is in on the 3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (also called Conference Room A) on the first, third and fourth Monday of the month, 7:30 to 9:00 pm. and it’s on the T.

First Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
Third Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Elizabeth, Jory and Tien-Yi)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: September 2, 2019

Family Support Group, Monday

SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental illness. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the purpose of the support groups is to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.

Please contact us at email@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org if you would like more information. You can also call our phone line to leave an inquiry at 617-894-0527 Listen for our greeting before leaving your message and someone will call you back.

Family Support Group meetings occur three times a month at the Cambridge Health Alliance – Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA 02139. The location is in on the 3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (also called Conference Room A) on the first, third and fourth Monday of the month, 7:30 to 9:00 pm. and it’s on the T.

First Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
Third Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Elizabeth, Jory and Tien-Yi)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: September 16, 2019

Family Support Group, Monday

SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental illness. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the purpose of the support groups is to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.

Please contact us at email@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org if you would like more information. You can also call our phone line to leave an inquiry at 617-894-0527 Listen for our greeting before leaving your message and someone will call you back.

Family Support Group meetings occur three times a month at the Cambridge Health Alliance – Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA 02139. The location is in on the 3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (also called Conference Room A) on the first, third and fourth Monday of the month, 7:30 to 9:00 pm. and it’s on the T.

First Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
Third Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Elizabeth, Jory and Tien-Yi)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: October 7, 2019

Family Support Group, Monday

SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental illness. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the purpose of the support groups is to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.

Please contact us at email@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org if you would like more information. You can also call our phone line to leave an inquiry at 617-894-0527 Listen for our greeting before leaving your message and someone will call you back.

Family Support Group meetings occur three times a month at the Cambridge Health Alliance – Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA 02139. The location is in on the 3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (also called Conference Room A) on the first, third and fourth Monday of the month, 7:30 to 9:00 pm. and it’s on the T.

First Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
Third Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Elizabeth, Jory and Tien-Yi)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: October 21, 2019

Family Support Group, Monday

SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental illness. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the purpose of the support groups is to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.

Please contact us at email@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org if you would like more information. You can also call our phone line to leave an inquiry at 617-894-0527 Listen for our greeting before leaving your message and someone will call you back.

Family Support Group meetings occur three times a month at the Cambridge Health Alliance – Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA 02139. The location is in on the 3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (also called Conference Room A) on the first, third and fourth Monday of the month, 7:30 to 9:00 pm. and it’s on the T.

First Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
Third Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Elizabeth, Jory and Tien-Yi)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: November 4, 2019

Family Support Group, Monday

SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental illness. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the purpose of the support groups is to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.

Please contact us at email@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org if you would like more information. You can also call our phone line to leave an inquiry at 617-894-0527 Listen for our greeting before leaving your message and someone will call you back.

Family Support Group meetings occur three times a month at the Cambridge Health Alliance – Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA 02139. The location is in on the 3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (also called Conference Room A) on the first, third and fourth Monday of the month, 7:30 to 9:00 pm. and it’s on the T.

First Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
Third Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Elizabeth, Jory and Tien-Yi)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: November 18, 2019

Family Support Group, Monday

SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers free support group meetings for family members and friends of people with mental illness. The support groups are facilitated by trained NAMI members. Conducted in a confidential atmosphere, the purpose of the support groups is to help provide mutual support and coping strategies. Many, many families have found these groups helpful.

Please contact us at email@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org if you would like more information. You can also call our phone line to leave an inquiry at 617-894-0527 Listen for our greeting before leaving your message and someone will call you back.

Family Support Group meetings occur three times a month at the Cambridge Health Alliance – Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA 02139. The location is in on the 3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (also called Conference Room A) on the first, third and fourth Monday of the month, 7:30 to 9:00 pm. and it’s on the T.

First Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
Third Monday of the Month: 7:30-9:00 pm (Facilitated by Elizabeth, Jory and Tien-Yi)

Cambridge Health Alliance - Cambridge Hospital

1493 Cambridge Street
3rd floor of the main building, in the Learning Center A (Also Called Conference Room A)
Cambridge
MA
02139
Map and Directions

Price: $0.00

Date: December 2, 2019

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