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NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex Support

These meetings are free of charge.

SUPPORT GROUPS FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NAMI Cambridge-Middlesex offers bi-monthly 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 Elizabeth if you would like more information or to attend.  Elizabeth can be reached at elizabeth@nami-cambridgemiddlesex.org or 781-646-0397.

The support groups are drop-in, FREE and conveniently located in Cambridge, at the Cambridge Hospital.  On-site and street parking are available, and the location is T accessible.

Cambridge Hospital
1493 Cambridge Street
Cambridge, MA 02139

Directions to the Cambridge Hospital are here, and bus directions can be found at this link.

  • First Monday of the Month:  7:30-9:30 pm (Facilitated by Lisa and Larry)
  • Third Monday of the Month:  7:30-9:30 pm (Facilitated by Karen and Doris)

SUPPORT GROUPS FOR CONSUMERS

NAMI Connections offers support groups for consumers in the Cambridge-Somerville area.  Please contact Janel Tan if you would like more information or to attend.  Janel can be reached at tanj@vinfen.org or 617-863-5388.  Or contact Karen Reedy at the NAMI Massachusetts office at 617-580-8541.

The support groups are drop-in, FREE and conveniently located at the Cambridge-Somerville Recovery Learning Center, 35 Medford Street, ste. 201, Somerville.

  • (No longer meeting on Tuesdays) 
  • Wednesdays:  10:30-noon
  • Fridays:  10:30-noon

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