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Welcome to the Southeast
Recovery Learning Community

We are a peer-run organization in the Southeastern area of Massachusetts that assists people who are in mental health and/or substance misuse recovery to explore their own self-determined paths to emotional wellness.

We provide mutual peer-to-peer support, peer-facilitated support groups, peer bridging, advocacy, community connecting, fun events, education,
 and volunteer opportunities to support people in their journey of recovery.

All the services of the SERLC are free of charge and no referral or insurance is needed.

Everyone who enters 
any of our four Recovery Connection Centers (RCCs) is welcome and becomes an instant member. 

Need someone to talk to?

Call Our Peer Support Warm Line:

(877 PEER LNE)
(no "i")

We're here for you
7 days a week



Our Peer Support Line is a compassionate, community warmline staffed by Certified Peer Specialists and Recovery Coaches who have lived experience of surviving trauma, mental health challenges, extreme emotional states, and/or substance misuse issues.

We provide a safe, mutual, nonjudgemental,
and trauma-informed space to share
what you're going through.

Call us if you need to talk to someone
who gets it, even if you’re not in crisis.

We Are Hiring!
Join Our Team!


As a Recovery Youth Leader (Young Adult Peer Specialist), you will help address the needs and goals of the Transitional Age Youth (TAY) population by participating in TAY seminars, trainings,  and events.


The Recovery Youth Leader will facilitate events and programs of the Recovery Learning Center that will foster a warm and welcoming environment.


The Recovery Youth Leader will also communicate, represent, and promote the Youth Peer movement within the RLC and facilitate Peer-run groups. 

We have several open positions for Recovery Youth Leader.


If you feel you are a good fit for this position,


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