The Brockton RCC is located at 730 Belmont Street
is now open for in-person groups as well as ZOOM
ZOOM meeting ID# 908 436 1426/ password: brockton
If you have any questions...
Please call Barbara at 774-359-2131
Meet the Brockton Team
The Brockton Recovery Connection Center
730 Belmont Street, Brockton, MA 02301
The Centers offer groups that provide connections to others experiencing mental health challenges in a safe environment to learn and grow. Our RLC community members and peer staff are interested in meeting you, sharing thoughts on recovery and talking about their lived experience. We value the lived experience of having a mental health and/or addiction history. Our model is that of equality. Come for an hour, stay for the day, and make friends for a life time. All the services of the Recovery Centers are free of charge.
More about our RCC
RCC is an entirely peer-run community dedicated to providing support, education and advocacy by providing opportunities and resources to assist individuals in finding their own path to mental health recovery. Our Recovery Centers have no barrier of access for people who self-identify as having a mental health issue in the past or present and/or having substance abuse issues. The RLC’s doors are open to everyone and anyone who feels they belong and wants to join a recovery community. Our program helps those it supports analyze their goals in life creating a map that will help an individual support and obtain their life goals.
September 2022 Calendar
Area Program Director
Program Director of SERLC
* Schedule a 1 on 1 with a
Certified Peer Specialist Now!*
Held on the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month from
4 PM -5:30 PM
If you are interested in joining the art group,
please contact Barbara @ 774-539-2131
Young Adult Support Groups
(TAY-transitional age youth)
All young adult support groups are completely peer-led and noncommittal (i.e. you can choose to come or go whenever you please). There is no referral process and you do not have to be receiving any mental health services in order to attend groups. A comfort agreement is shared at the start of each group to establish guidelines that will help all attendees feel safe and welcome. This comfort agreement can be added to/modified as the group sees fit. There is no set topic for each meeting; anything attendees would like to discuss is welcome. You are free to contribute as much or as little as you'd like to conversations, but keep in mind to "share the air" with others who would like to participate. If you have any concerns about how a group is being run, or any ideas on how to help the group run more efficiently, feel free to give your input.
You don't have to go it alone...
For the BIPOC community
New time for our LGBTQ group starting in September.